Archbishop Petros of Axum welcomes proposal for the second Addis Ababa Conference

by OCP on October 29, 2013

in Featured News, News

OCP News Service
Yonas Gredew – October-November 2013

Addis Ababa: Archbishop Petros of Axum and All Ethiopia welcomed the proposals for holding a second Addis Ababa Conference. Earlier OCP Secretary George Alexander submitted a proposal to Patriarch Abune Mathias of Ethiopia requesting to hold the second Addis Ababa Conference in 2015.

The details were shared with Archbishop Petros. The Archbishop had attended the first ever Addis Ababa Conference in 1965 as Priest of the Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria and All Africa.

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