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Vatican: Current circumstances do not allow Pope to visit Iraq

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Vatican: Current circumstances do not allow Pope to visit Iraq

Post by claud39 on Thu Jan 03, 2019 8:52 am


Vatican: Current circumstances do not allow Pope to visit Iraq

Thursday, January 3,


The Vatican Foreign Minister Cardinal Pietro Barrolin said that the current circumstances do not allow Pope Francis to visit Iraq in a television interview on Wednesday. 

"Such a visit requires minimal conditions and is not available now," the Vatican foreign minister, who recently visited Iraq, said in an interview with Italian television TV 2000. 

"The problem of terrorism has not been solved," Cardinal Barrolin said, adding that during his visit he had the impression the Baghdad authorities had asserted that "the roots of this phenomenon still exist."

But Cardinal Barrolin confirmed the Pope's desire to go to Iraq. "This will definitely raise the morale of Iraqis to the difficulties they still have to face," he told the Vatican last Friday. 

The Pope is scheduled to visit the United Arab Emirates in early February, the first visit by the head of the Catholic Church to the Arabian Peninsula. The possibility of visiting Iraq on this occasion was discussed. 

The visit will take place from 3 to 5 February, a few weeks before a trip to Morocco scheduled for late March.

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