Winding up his visit to the Vatican, Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, on Friday visited the Rome Mosque and its affiliated Islamic Centre.

Premier Mikati was received by the Centre’s Director, Dr. Abdullah Radwan, and the Mosque Imam.

Mikati toured the Center and had a look at the public library and the studies center.

The PM stressed that “faith unites Muslims and Christians, for heaven has one language and one God.”

At the end of the visit, Mikati performed Friday prayers in the mosque.

Mikati visited last night Saint Charbel Monastery in Rome affiliated to the Lebanese Maronite Order, in the presence of Minister of Justice, Henry Khoury, and Minister of Tourism, Walid Nassar, as well as MP Nicolas Nahas, and Lebanon's Ambassador to the Vatican, Farid El-Khazen.

Premier Mikati and the Lebanese delegation also visited the headquarters of the Maronite Institute in Rome, where they were received by Archbishop Youhanna Rafiq al-Warsha, monks and priests.

Source: National News Agency