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Pope Francis Invited By Kim Jong-Un To Visit North Korea

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has invited Pope Francis to visit Pyongyang. The gesture is designed to highlight peace efforts on the Korean peninsula. According to Reuters, North Korea and the Vatican have no formal diplomatic relations. South Korean President Moon Jae-in will deliver Kim’s invitation when he meets Francis next week.

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