Vatican City: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited the Vatican and met with Pope Francis. In a video message, the Pope and the United Nations chief said in a video message that children cannot die in the face of such ills as injustice, inequality, starvation, and poverty. The video message was delivered after a meeting at the Vatican on 20 December 2019. In a moment of revival, the pope expressed his joy at being able to make this visit, and said that many people were working tirelessly and thanking God for the good in the world and building a society where humanity and justice reign.

Many brothers and sisters who are forced to leave their homes for a variety of reasons, such as conflicts, atrocities, misery, and climate change, cannot keep an eye out. In his message, religious violence, torture, repression, terrorism, deportation, arms sales and nuclear weapons are displeasing to God. The video concludes the video with the admonition that love is the most important thing in life. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spoke.

Pope Francis was a messenger of hope and humanity and thanked the pope for his humanity and for his extraordinary support for the work of the United Nations. He said that their meeting had a special meaning, as it was the feast of peace and goodwill, but that many Christian communities, including some of the world’s oldest Christian communities, had to witness a Christmas celebration. Guterres ended the message by wishing everyone a happy Christmas.


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