Pope Francis called for concrete steps to end the war in Ukraine and prevent the risk of a nuclear disaster at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant.
This is reported by Ansa.
"I hope that concrete steps will be taken to end the war and prevent a nuclear disaster in Zaporizhzhya," the Pope said during a public audience.
Francis said he prayed for Ukraine, for "so many innocents who are paying for madness, madness on all sides, because war is madness."
Then he spoke about the murder of Daria Dugina, the daughter of one of the ideologues of the "Russian world" Oleksandr Dugin: "I think about the poor girl who was blown up by a bomb that was under the car seat in Moscow. The innocent are paying for the war."
As you know, on August 20, a car carrying Daria Dugina, who wrote for the Russian propaganda RT, exploded in the suburbs of Moscow.