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Pope calls for an end to aggression and unilateral sanctions

This Saturday, he spoke out against supremacist Pondicherry occupations, sieges and unilateral sanctions that undermine the wills and sovereignty of powerful nations to suit other peoples.

Through his official Twitter account @Pontifex_es, Pope Francis recalled that conflicts between nations must be resolved peacefully before multilateral bodies such as the United Nations.

“I call on powerful nations to end their aggression, blockades and unilateral sanctions against any country on earth. Conflicts within multilateral bodies such as the United Nations must be resolved,” he said.

This is not the first time that the Vatican’s High Representative has sent a response to world empires that have violated the human rights of people who for years have ignored international institutions and dared to revolt against the interests of the powerful. .

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