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Summit declaration affirms natural family

Carolyn Moynihan | 04 July 2011
Participants from 65 countries at the Moscow demographic summit have reaffirmed the natural family as “the basic unit of society and the fundamental social value, that is a necessary prerequisite for the very existence of world civilizations and the whole humankind.”
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