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Pope Francis She spoke to Argentina’s national news agency, Telam, in a lengthy interview. Questions and discussions were conducted in Spanish for Pope Francis.
The Pope answered questions on a variety of topics including climate change, pandemic, poverty and His own contract of the papacy.
At one point in the interview, Pope Francis was asked about the resilience and continuity of “multilateral organizations” – and whether they could affect peace. It is worth noting that the Pope talked about the role of United nations The organization was described as helpless.
“After World War II, trust was placed in the United Nations. It is not my intention to offend anyone, I know that there are very good people working there, but at this point the United Nations does not have the authority to assert its authority,” the Pope said.
Pope Francis has stated that he did not mean to point fingers or offend anyone with this remark – and that the United Nations can sometimes provide meaningful assistance – but ultimately the UN Charter does not allow it to be of much use.
He continued: “It helps prevent wars, and I’m thinking of Cyprus, where Argentine forces cooperate. But in order to stop the war, to resolve a conflict like the one we see in Europe now or like others around the world, it has no power. I don’t mean to offend. Its constitution does not It gives the organization that kind of power.”
The English translation of the interview was provided by The official Vatican press outlet.
Last month , Pope Francis Put up any rumors of an upcoming resignation from the papacy.
In a meeting with more than ten Catholic bishops Visiting the Vatican from BrazilPope Francis discussed his health and his plans for the future of his reign. The Pope told visiting Archbishop Roque Balushi that resigning from the Holy See “did not cross his mind,” according to the Portuguese version of the newspaper. The official Vatican news service.
However, the Pope did not pretend to be in good health, as he reportedly told the bishops that he faced many challenges, but that he wished to live the life God had given him to the end.
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