Pope calls for openness after meeting Hungary’s Viktor Orban before heading to Slovakia

Pope Francis met Hungary’s anti-migration Prime Minister Viktor Orban on a whistle-stop trip to the country on Sunday in which he called for greater openness, before heading for a four-day tour of Slovakia.During a Hungarian visit that lasted just seven hours, the pope had urged tens of thousands thronging the vast Heroes’ Square in Budapest that he wanted them to be “grounded and open, rooted and considerate”.The head of 1.3 billion Catholics has often urged help for the marginalised and those…


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