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Prospect of Zuppi Moscow mission still stands says Parolin

Prospect of Zuppi Moscow mission still stands says Parolin

'Now we will see in concrete terms,' says secretary of state

ROME, 07 June 2023, 18:43

Redazione ANSA




Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolin said Wednesday a mission by papal peace envoy Cardinal Matteo Zuppi to Moscow is still a possibility after his two-day visit to Kyiv.
    "Now we will see with Cardinal Zuppi what to do, what further steps to take," Parolin told reporters.
    "On the Pope's part, the idea had started precisely as a mission to both capitals, so the prospect of (going to) Moscow should still stand.
    "However, now we will see in concrete terms," he concluded.
    On Wednesday the president of the Italian Bishops' Conference returned from a two-day mission to the Ukrainian capital at the behest of Pope Francis "in order to listen in depth to the Ukrainian authorities about possible ways to achieve a just peace and support gestures of humanity that will help ease tensions".
    In what the Holy See on Tuesday described as a "brief but intense visit" Zuppi met with civil authorities, religious representatives and President Volodymyr Zelensky.
    "The results of these talks [...] as well as the direct experience of the atrocious suffering of the Ukrainian people due to the ongoing war, will be brought to the Holy Father's attention and will undoubtedly be useful in evaluating the steps to be continued to take both at the humanitarian level and in the search for paths to a just and lasting peace," a statement said.


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