ASEM to adopt Asean's concept paper on moderates
The leaders of the 51-member group have also thrown their support behind the establishment of inter-religious dialogue and underlined the necessity to involve more people of different beliefs into this process.
“The leaders have resolved to take concerted action to further promote mutual understanding and tolerance so people of diverse faiths, religions and cultures can co-exist in harmony and enjoy equal rights,” said the chair's statement issued at the end of the two-day summit yesterday.
“Leaders have called for an immediate cessation of violence and also expressed readiness to support the reconstruction efforts in Syria,” said the statement.
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