President Moon Jae-in Arrives in Rome for Meeting with Pope, G20 Summit

Seoul: President Moon Jae-in of South Korea has arrived in Rome for a meeting with Pope Francis and a G20 summit with other world leaders, where the focus is expected to be on addressing the climate crisis and assisting the world in ending the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to international media report, the meeting with the Pope on Friday at the Vatican is expected to focus on efforts to promote peace on the Korean Peninsula and resolve pending global issues such as the pandemic, poverty, and climate change.

According to officials, a possible papal visit to North Korea is expected to be discussed during the meeting, as the pope has previously expressed interest in visiting the North as part of efforts to promote peace on the divided peninsula.

Moon will attend the G20 Summit on Saturday and Sunday, where he will meet with other world leaders to discuss ways to address the climate crisis and pandemic, as well as how to promote global economic recovery. The summit is expected to be dominated by the pandemic and climate crisis, as Covid-19 continues to jeopardise the fragile global economic recovery. Moon Jane will travel to Glasgow, Scotland, on November 1 and 2 to attend the UN COP26.

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