Pope voices ‘concern’ over Afghanistan, calls for ‘dialogue’

Pope concern over Afghanistan

expressed his “concern” Sunday over the conflict in Afghanistan and called for dialogue so that the “battered population” live in peace.
“I join in the unanimous concern for the situation in Afghanistan,” the pontiff said during the weekly Angelus at the Vatican.

“I ask all of you to pray with me to the God of peace so that the clamour of weapons might cease and solutions be found at the table of dialogue.

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“Only thus the battered population of that country – men, women, elderly and children – return to their own homes, and live in peace and security, in total mutual respect.”

His comments come as the was on the brink of total victory in Afghanistan on Sunday, with its fighters ordered to wait on the outskirts of the capital and the government conceding it was preparing for a “transfer of power”.


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