Nuclear weapons must be banned.
[There is] no denying that the conflagration could be started by some chance and unforeseen circumstance.
The Pope is willing to put his money where his mouth is: last year, The Vatican was one of 122 countries to sign a U.N. treaty banning nuclear weapons. Notably, however, The United States, France, and Great Britain (3 of the 4 countries with nuclear missile capabilities) boycotted the treaty meetings and did not sign. Those countries instead re-affirmed their existing non-proliferations treaties.
It is of paramount importance to support every effort at dialog on the Korean peninsula, in order to find new ways of overcoming the current disputes, increasing mutual trust and ensuring a peaceful future for the Korean people and the entire world,
Continuing to butt heads with Trump, Francis renewed the call for a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine while also asking that the "status quo" be maintained in Jerusalem following the President's decision to recognize the city as Israel's capital. As if that set the two in firm enough opposition, the Pope also asked countries to remain committed to the 2015 Paris Climate Accord. As of right now, The U.S. is the only country in the world (literally the only one) to reject the agreement.