Comprehension

noun
BAD: There is not enough comprehension between our two countries.
GOOD: There is not enough understanding between our two countries.
Comprehension refers to the ability to understand the meaning of something, especially something that is spoken or written: 'I'd like to develop my vocabulary and improve my listening comprehension.'
When you mean 'an attitude of sympathy', use understanding : 'When it comes to the employees' personal problems, the management shows a complete lack of understanding.'

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