VATICAN CITY – Argentine President Mauricio Macri had a nearly one-hour meeting with Pope Francis on Saturday.
In a press conference at the Argentine embassy in Vatican, Macri said the meeting was “good” and “positive.”
The pontiff and Argentine leader discussed issues related to internal affairs of Argentina during the meeting, which was not official.
The meeting was also attended by Macri’s wife Juliana Awada.
The Argentine President offered Pope Francis a sculpture made by Argentine artist Alejandro Marmo symbolizing the dialogue between the three divine religions.