ROME – Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Pope Francis agreed Wednesday to aim for a world free of nuclear weapons as Russia's war against Ukraine poses a serious threat to global security.
Kishida also had a separate meeting with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, during which they agreed to keep strong sanctions on Russia and boost support for Ukraine.
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