Vatican Security will decide whether to change Pope’s African visit itinerary, in response to UN Security recent Support strength

Britain has reported that the UN Security Council members have responded to the request for more soldier men in the Central Africa especially to secure the Pope’s visit later this November. UN chief Ban Ki-moon has asked the council to approve the immediate transfer of about 300 peacekeepers from the Ivory Coast mission for an eight-week period.

Despite the Additional troops added to the already existing security in Central African uprising to guarantee Pope Francis’ safety when he visits, the final say as to whether or not to change the Pontiff’s visit itinerary depends on the Vatican security when they shall conclude their checks and verifications as to how safe Central Africa will be for the Pope.

Though as at present, Central Africa is still in serious Christian and Muslim conflict, where people are killed in numbers and properties lost and destroyed.













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