In this photo provided by the Vatican paper L' Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis meets ambassadors to the Holy See, at the Vatican, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
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The Vatican called for an unconditional ceasefire in Syria and the involvement of all regional players including Iran in peace talks next week, ahead of a visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday.Following a workshop on the conflict on Monday, the Vatican said the recent interim deal over Iran's nuclear programme could have a positive effect for the Geneva II talks due to start on January 22 . The Vatican said it was ready to support reconciliation between all religious communities in Syria and urged reconstruction work to begin as soon as a ceasefire is agreed, even before a final peace agreement.
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