Pope Francis pictured kissing the feet of Sudanese leaders

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On Thursday, Pope Francis stooped to kiss the feet of South Sudan’s formerly warring leaders, in a sensational motion after an uncommon retreat at the Vatican.

Pope anyway encouraged them to not come back to a civil war. He additionally spoke to President Salva Kiir, his previous deputy turned renegade leader Riek Machar, and three other VPs to regard any peace understanding they marked and focus on shaping a solidarity government in May.

“I am asking you as a sibling to remain in peace. I am asking you with my heart, let us go ahead. There will be numerous issues however they won’t beat us. Resolve your issues,” Francis said in his comments.

The Sudanese leaders seemed, by all accounts, to be surprised as the 82-year-old pope, helped by assistants, stooped with trouble to kiss the shoes of the two fundamental restricting leaders and a few other individuals in the room.

The Vatican united South Sudanese leaders for 24 hours of petition and lecturing inside the pope’s habitation in a last jettison endeavor to recuperate harsh divisions a month prior to the war-desolated country is due to the set up a solidarity government.

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