The Pope must listen to our arguments

We would be very happy if the Pope helped in the talks between us and Russia,” Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Wereszczuk told Italian daily Corriere della Sera.

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However, first, he must listen to our argument as a victim of aggression

– he added.

The Pope is an independent leader, one of the most significant figures on the world stage, and it’s certainly not in our power to say what he should do.

– Wereszczuk noted in an interview with the Milan newspaper published on Wednesday.

I can only hope he has up-to-date and objective information about the situation in our country. For us in this dramatic moment, actions are more important than words or prayers

– said the deputy prime minister of Ukraine.

Here every day civilians die, women and children are killed

– he added.

European diplomacy

He assessed that, in terms of diplomacy, European countries were “doing what they could”.

We appreciate their efforts

– he reassured.

Europe’s best aid to a free and independent Ukraine remains the economic embargo and the total blockade of Russian gas and oil imports

Wereszczuk pointed out.

ml / PAP

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