The head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, has called for an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine. The Holy Father addressed the presidents of both countries and explained that they must find a way out of the crisis. It is “absurd” that the world is facing a nuclear threat from Ukraine.
Speaking to Russian President Vladimir Putin during Sunday’s Angelus prayer at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, Pope Francis said he must end the “spiral of violence and death” out of “love for his own people.” (see tweet below). Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in turn, should be open to any “serious peace proposal”.
In mid-September, the Pope addressed the public at the World Congress of Religions in Kazakhstan with a call for peace. “We never justify violence. Let us not allow the sacred to be exploited by the profane,” he appealed to the approximately 100 delegates from 50 countries gathered around a large round table in the Independence Palace in the capital Nur-Sultan (which is now Astana again). is mentioned, note). goods.
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