Zelensky: There are no apparent interfaith conflicts in Ukraine
The President of Ukraine told the Pope that there is virtually no speculation on the topic of faith in our country.
President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky said in his telephone conversation with Pope Francis that the state has no apparent interfaith conflicts, the President's Office reports on its official website.
Zelensky congratulated the Head of the Vatican on the Day of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, celebrated by Catholics on June 29, and said with reference to Ukraine that there is no speculation on the topic of faith in the country.
“Today Ukraine is a country where representatives of all religions coexist peacefully and feel comfortable. The state has no apparent interfaith conflicts and virtually no speculation on the subject of faith,” the President's Office reports Zelensky's words from his conversation with the Pope.
As the UOJ reported, Zelensky said in his conversation with the Pope that the Ukrainian people are looking forward to his visit.