Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about Pope Francis' statements about the war in Ukraine

Polish  Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about Pope Francis' statements about the war in Ukraine - фото 1
Polish diplomats were surprised by the Pope's recent words about the war. According to them, so far Pope Francis has had problems with directly identifying the aggressor, but in an interview with the Italian press, he directly stated that "NATO is barking at Russia" and that the alliance could provoke Moscow to attack Ukraine.

European Truth has reported it, citing RMF24. We are talking about the Pope's interview with the Italian media Corriere Della Sera.

Poland did not miss the fact that Pope Francis ruled out the possibility of a visit to Kyiv, but said that he wants to meet with Putin in Moscow.

In response, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine thanked the Pope for his efforts to establish a just peace and stop the war and delicately reminded him that the only culprit of the war in Ukraine is Russia, and repeated the invitation for the pontiff to visit Kyiv.

According to the message of RMF24, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs unofficially acknowledges that the position of the Holy See is contrary to Polish national interests.

Diplomats try not to pay too much attention to the Pope's statements. They argue that the pope's infallibility dogma concerns only matters of faith, not foreign policy. However, the Polish mission to the Vatican should work even harder to provide reliable information about the war in Ukraine.