The Speaker of Congress traveled to Rome, Italy on October 8, to deliver the keynote speech at the G20 Speakers’ Summit’s opening ceremony.
Madrid. (ACI / EP)-Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and her husband, businessman Paul Pelosi, left the Mass celebration in St. Patrick’s Church in Rome on Saturday night due to a “security incident”, just like the church principal Steven · As reported by Steven Petroff.
Protesters and police clashed at the church as they tried to confiscate COVID-19 passports. In which, the national headquarters for the CGIL trade union were attacked.
He explained that he plans to conduct the second reading of the document today. However, safety is paramount. Petrov expressed concern about the COVID passport demonstrations which took place in the middle of Rome and close to churches on Saturday.
A reporter from the Catholic news agency CAN, Joan Lewis, explained: “Pelosi’s security detachment allowed her to leave Massachusetts for her own safety.” According to some media news agencies, he denied that Pelosi was booed.
Pelosi visited Rome on October 8, to deliver the keynote speech at the G20 Speakers’ Summit’s opening ceremony. He met with Pope Francis on Saturday and other high-ranking Vatican officials.