Pope Francis admitted to hospital in Rome, will undergo colon surgery.

Pope Francis is usually a healthy person, but a part of his lung was removed during puberty. He is also suffering from sciatica and due to this sometimes he has to face pain, due to which he has to cancel his programs many times.

Pope Francis admitted to hospital in Rome, will undergo colon surgery.

Vatican City. Pope Francis has been admitted to a hospital in Rome for a pre-scheduled surgery due to a problem in the large intestine. This information was given by Vatican City. This was informed in a brief statement on Sunday afternoon, but it was not told when the surgery would take place. Although it has been said that this will be told after the surgery.

Three hours earlier, Francis greeted the public at St Peter's Square as per Sunday tradition and told them he would visit Hungary and Slovakia in September. A week earlier, Francis, 84, hinted at surgery at Rome's Jameille Polyclinic, as part of tradition, asking people to offer special prayers to the pope.

said in a statement to the press office of Pope Francis afternoon Pope Francis decided beforehand Jemili hospital in Rome have been admitted for a surgery. The Pope's surgery will be performed by Professor Sergio Alfieri, the statement said. A medical bulletin will be issued to inform about their health after the surgery.

Pope is also battling sciatica
Francis is usually a healthy person, but a part of his lung was removed during puberty. He is also suffering from sciatica and due to this he sometimes has to face pain, due to which he has to cancel his programs many times. Gemelli's doctors have previously operated on several Catholic patients, including Pope John Paul II, whose tumor was operated on in 1992.

Pope's role in the Israel-Palestine dispute In
May, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoदोan urged Pope Francis to intervene in the dispute between Israel and Palestine. Erdoan asked Pope Francis to help the world impose sanctions against Israel because he is "massacred" of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. This conversation between Erdoan and the Pope took place over the phone.

A day earlier, the Pope said that the death of innocent people in violence is unacceptable and horrifying. Along with this, he had warned that it would lead to death and destruction. Rajab Tayyip Erdogan was often seen speaking in favor of the Palestinians. He repeatedly spoke against the activities of Israel. He also told the Pope that 'all humanity should turn against Israel.' (with agency input)