The Pope is worried about a possible alliance between powers, according to him “a distorted view of the world”. Among these, it counts the United States, Russia, China, North Korea, but also the Syria of Bashar al-Assad.
The pope said he was frightened by the idea of ”a very dangerous alliance among the powerful and powerful who have a distorted view of the world: America, Russia, China and North Korea, Putin and Assad , In an interview with the newspaper La Repubblica on 8 July.
This declaration of the pope is not a first. He has already shown on several occasions that he disagreed with Donald Trump’s policy. In February 2017 he said, after praying for Mexican migrants who had died trying to cross the border: “Someone who only thinks of building walls instead of building bridges is not a Christian. In May, the pope also expressed his “shame” about the bomb called “mother of all bombs”, explaining: “The mother gives life and [it] gives death”, in reference To the dropping of the most powerful non-nuclear American weapon against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
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US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on the occasion of the Hamburg G20. A meeting that suggested areas of collaboration, particularly in terms of cyber-security, between the two countries whose relations have largely deteriorated under the Obama administration.