At the end of the meeting, the Holy Father and the Archbishop of Canterbury agreed that if the political situation in the Country permits the creation of a transitional government of national unity in the coming 100 days, according to the timing set by the recent agreement signed in Entebbe, in Uganda, it is their intention to visit South Sudan together.
On Wednesday 13 November, Pope Francis received in audience His Grace Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, at the Casa Santa Marta in Rome.
During their friendly discussions, the condition of Christians in the world was mentioned, as well as certain situations of international crisis, particularly the sorrowful situation in South Sudan.
Archbishop Welby was accompanied by His Grace Archbishop Ian Ernest, the newly appointed Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome and Representative of the Anglican Communion to the Holy See.
Source: Vatican News