Pope Francis received Sahrawi children in the Vatican in Rome, in presence of Polisario Front’s representative in Italy Ammar Mih and representatives of associations supporting the Sahrawi cause, as well as thousands of people from all over the world who came to visit the Catholic Church headquarters.
Pope Francis came down to greet these “messengers of peace” and held in-depth discussions with some of them in the presence of the head of the Saharawi delegation, Ammar Mih, expressing hope that these Sahrawi children live in “peace, security and tranquility”.
The Saharawi children received by the Vatican Pope were dressed in traditional Sahrawi clothing and wore national flags. They were highly applauded by thousands of people who were present in the Great Hall of the City, reported the Saharawi press agency (SPS).
The group of Saharawi children, who are currently spending the summer holidays in Italy, had already been welcomed by the mayor of the city of Livorno, Filippo Nogarin, in the presence of media and associations supporting the Sahrawi cause.
It is worth mentioning that Livorno is one of the Italian provinces that welcome Saharawi children every year.
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