Zelensky met Franciszek. He revealed what he told the Pope

Volodymyr Zelensky met Franciszek. “I informed the Pope about the consequences of Russian aggression,” the Ukrainian president said.

A three-day summit of the G7 (a group of countries consisting of the United States, Japan, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, France and Canada) started in Puglia in southern Italy on Thursday in Puglia in southern Italy.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is attending the summit as a special guest, announced on Platform X about his meeting with Pope Francis. “During my visit to Italy I met Pope Francis. I thank His Holiness for prayers for peace for Ukraine, spiritual communion with our nation and humanitarian assistance for our nation,” the Ukrainian leader wrote.

Zelensky’s meeting with Franciszek

“I informed the Pope about the consequences of Russian aggression in Ukraine, air terror and the difficult situation in the energy sector. We discussed the peace formula, the role of the Holy See in establishing a just and lasting peace, and expectations for world peace. Summit I thanked the Holy See for its participation in the summit and emphasized its efforts aimed at bringing peace, in particular the return of Ukrainian children kidnapped by Russia,” said Volodymyr Zelensky.

The president of Ukraine also published a short recording of a conversation with the head of the Catholic Church.

The Pope at the G7 summit

Francis was the first pope to participate in the G7 summit. The Holy Father gave a speech and met with many world leaders, led by US President Joe Biden.

The Pope spoke about artificial intelligence. He emphasized that it is a “fascinating” but at the same time “dangerous” instrument. – In the drama of armed conflict, the development and use of devices such as the so-called lethal autonomous weapons to prohibit their use, starting with a real and concrete commitment to introduce increasingly important human control, Francis said. – Let us never allow machines to kill the man who created them – he emphasized.

Source: Do Rzeczy