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After the Russian president Vladimir Putin warn the West that he is serious about the possibility of use nuclear weaponsthe Pope Francisco said on Wednesday that thinking of such an act is “madness”. The pontiff also said that Ukrainians are being subjected to savagery, monstrosities and torture, calling them a “noble” people who are being martyred.

Referring to his recent trip to Kazakhstan Before a crowd gathered for his general audience in St. Peter’s Square, the pontiff praised the Central Asian country for giving up nuclear weapons after its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.

“This was brave. At a time in this tragic war when some are thinking about nuclear weapons – which is crazy – this country said ‘no’ to nuclear weapons from the beginning,” he said. Putin ordered Russia’s first mobilization since World War II and backed a plan to annex parts of Ukraine.

He also warned the West that he was serious when he said he would be willing to use nuclear weapons to defend Russia. Although he did not name Russia or Putin, the pope Francisco confirmed that he had a conversation on Tuesday with the Cardinal Konrad Krajowskihis head of charities, which is delivering aid in Ukraine, Reuters reported.

«He (Krajewski) told me about the pain of these people, about the savage acts, about the monstrosity, about the tortured bodies they find. Let’s join these people, so noble and martyred,” said the Argentine religious. The cardinal had to run for cover after being surprised by gunfire last week while he was delivering aid.

Source: Elintransigente

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