CNA Newsroom, Oct 24, 2022 / 07:04 am
Pope Francis received French President Emmanuel Macron for nearly one hour at the Vatican on Monday. The Holy See Press Office said the conversation centered on the war in Ukraine.
“During the cordial discussions, which took place in the Secretariat of State, the parties focused on matters of an international nature, starting from the conflict in Ukraine, with special attention to the humanitarian situation,” according to Vatican News.
The meeting also covered “the region of the Caucasus, the Middle East, and Africa,” the Holy See said.
The French president’s papal audience on Oct. 24 was the third with Francis.