Djibouti

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The Orthodox Christian adherents in Djibouti constitute a very small percentage of the population of the country that is largely Muslim. The majority of indigenous Orthodox Christians of Djibouti are members of the non-Chalcedonian Ethiopian Orthodox Church. The Chalcedonian Orthodox Christians of Djibouti are under the jurisdiction of the Holy Archdiocese of Aksum of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and all Africa.

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Mayotte (France) | Réunion (France) | St. Helena (UK)

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