Pope Francis’ statement on ‘world war’

Pope Francis’ statement on ‘world war’

Pope Francis, the spiritual leader of the Catholics and the President of the Vatican, stated that there is a war and it is a mistake to think of it only as a Russia-Ukraine war, it is a world war.

According to the news on news sites close to the Vatican, the Pope also met with some Jesuit priests during his visit to Kazakhstan on September 15.


According to the news of AA; It is reported that Pope Francis made a statement to the Jesuit publication Civilta Cattolica during this visit, and during this meeting he mentioned the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

The spiritual leader of the Catholics said, “There is a war going on. I think it is a mistake to think of it as a cowboy movie with the good and the bad. It is also a mistake to think that this is a war between Russia and Ukraine, that’s all. No, that’s all. It’s a world war.” used the phrases.

The Pope also noted that the visit to Ukraine, which he had previously announced would be possible, is not on the agenda at this stage.

Pope Pope Francis also said that while he was in Kazakhstan, some Ukrainian guests came to him, one of them was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s military officer in charge of prisoner exchange, and he asked if something could be done by giving a list of 300 prisoners. Thereupon, the Pope said that he himself conveyed this matter directly to the Russian ambassador.

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