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Pope Francis decries nuclear conflict danger in Ukraine


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Pope Francis on Tuesday criticised the specter of nuclear catastrophe in Ukraine, and lamented that he sees peace ‘trampled’ in Europe.

The Pope was talking at an ecumenical occasion organised by the Sant’Egidio Group, which concerned a prayer for peace on the Colosseum in Rome.

In his deal with to a number of thousand individuals, delivered after varied spiritual teams prayed individually, Francis decried at this time’s “bleak situation, the place, unhappy to say, the plans of potent world leaders make no allowance for the simply aspirations of peoples”.

Referring to the opportunity of the usage of nuclear weapons in Ukraine, the Pope mentioned: “At this time, the truth is, one thing we dreaded and hoped by no means to listen to of once more is threatened outright: the usage of atomic weapons, which even after Hiroshima and Nagasaki continued wrongly to be produced and examined.”

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Francis additionally referenced the Cuban missile disaster, recalling how Pope John XXIII delivered a radio message on 25 October 1962, interesting to leaders of the time to deliver the world again from the brink.

“At this time peace has been gravely violated, assaulted and trampled upon, and this in Europe, on the very continent that within the final century endured the horrors of two world wars,” Francis mentioned.


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