VATICAN CITY: Pope Benedict XVI on Tuesday sent a message to US president-elect Barack Obama calling on him to seek "understanding, co-operation and peace" among countries.
"I pray that you will be confirmed in your resolve to promote understanding, co-operation and peace among the nations.
"I offer cordial good wishes, together with the assurance of my prayers that Almighty God will grant you unfailing wisdom and strength in the exercise of your high responsibilities," the message said.
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