The Vatican’s Pope expresses regret over deaths in Gaza and Ukraine due to “folly of war”

Pope Francis Calls for Peace in Gaza and Ukraine, Condemns Violence and Tragic Loss of Life in the Middle East and Eastern Europe.

Pope Francis of the Vatican made a new call for peace in Gaza and Ukraine, condemning the violence as “the folly of war.” He expressed deep regret over the killing of aid workers in Gaza and praised a Ukrainian soldier who died in the conflict against Russia.

Seven aid workers from the World Central Kitchen charity were killed in Gaza in what Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called a tragic accident. The Pope sent condolences to the victims and their families, urging an immediate ceasefire, the release of Israeli detainees, and full access to humanitarian aid.

The Pope also spoke about Oleksandr, a 23-year-old Ukrainian soldier who died fighting against Russian forces in eastern Ukraine. He held up Oleksandr’s New Testament and rosary beads, asking for a moment of silence to remember the sacrifices made in war.

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