The leader of the world’s Catholics calls for a ceasefire in Gaza and Ukraine

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The leader of the world's Catholics calls for a ceasefire in Gaza and Ukraine

The leader of the world’s Catholics calls for a ceasefire in Gaza and Ukraine.

Pope Francis, the leader of the world’s Catholics, in his traditional Easter message, requested a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the release of Israeli hostages held by Hamas.

Despite concerns about the health of the 87-year-old Pope, he conducted the Easter ceremony at the Vatican in the presence of thousands of people.

The Pope, referring to conflicts around the world, requested not to surrender to the logic of weapons and arming.

Peace is not achieved with weapons but with open hands and embracing.

On Monday, tens of thousands of worshipers gathered in St. Peter’s Square to hear the Pope’s words.

While it is reported that new ceasefire negotiations between Israel and Hamas will begin in Egypt, Pope Francis said, ‘I once again request that access to humanitarian aid to Gaza be guaranteed and once again call for the swift release of the hostages taken on October 7th.’


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