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By Edward Pentin, Jan. 19, 2022

In a video address to the World Economic Forum on Monday, China’s President Xi Jinping spoke at length about current social, economic, and political challenges facing the world, especially in light of the COVID-19 health crisis.

But what is striking about many of his comments is how similar they are to statements Pope Francis has made in recent years.

Here below are some comparable excerpts:

XI: Countries around the world should uphold true multilateralism. We should remove barriers, not erect walls. We should open up, not close off. We should seek integration, not decoupling.

“The most important lesson we can take from these crises is our need to build together, so that there will no longer be any borders, barriers or political walls for us to hide behind. As we all know, we never emerge from a crisis alone, without others.” — Pope Francis’ audio message, BBC ‘Thought for the Day,’ on the occasion of the COP26 Meeting in Glasgow, 31 October 2021. …

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