The focus has been on the issues of migration, integration and a Europe characterized by humanity and solidarity – topics that on Thursday gained a new and frightening urgency with the Russian war on Ukraine.
Time to unite
In the final live broadcast, the studio was visited by people who in various ways are at the forefront of the work to promote social cohesion in Europe. An inevitable question was their reactions to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. There, a common message emerged that in the midst of shock and despair, it is now also time to pray, unite and prepare for action.
– As believers, we have in common that we have a trust in God that has lasted through thousands of years. It is also something that gives courage and motivates action, said both Archbishop Antje Jackelén and the Italian imam Yahya Pallavicini.