Pope Francis urges Libyans to make maximum efforts to end the crisis
Pope Francis is the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State since 2013
Pope Francis today urged the Libyan sides, with the help of the international community, to find “convincing solutions” for the country.
After praying the Angelus in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis urged peace for the sake of “the people of Libya and in particular the young people and all those who suffer because of the serious social and economic problems in the country.”
He called on the country’s rival parties “to seek convincing solutions with the help of the international community through constructive dialogue and natural reconciliation.”
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