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A Vatican hospital says it is ready and willing to care for British infant Charlie Gard if the courts allow him to go but British officials are refusing to allow the little boy to leave the country.

The Italian news outlet Zenit reports leaders of the Bambino Jesus pediatric hospital in Rome, Italy said they are willing to care for Charlie if the courts will allow him to be transferred to their hospital. But it looks like that will not happen.

Britain’s Foreign Minister Boris Johnson told his Italian counterpart on Wednesday that legal reasons prevented the transfer to Rome of a critically-ill British baby due to be taken off life support.

“Minister Boris Johnson expressed gratitude and appreciation for the Italian offer but explained that legal reasons prevent Britain from accepting it,” a statement from the Italian foreign ministry read.

Britain’s foreign ministry said Johnson had told Angelino Alfano, Italy’s foreign minister, that “it was right that decisions continued to be led by expert medical opinion, supported by the courts, in line with Charlie’s best interests”.

The president of the Bambino Gesu hospital, Mariella Enoc, told reporters she had asked GOSH if Charlie could be transferred but was informed he could not be moved.

A spokesman for the hospital said: “Great Ormond Street Hospital kindly told us that there is a legal problem about Charlie’s transfer to Bambino Gesu’s children’s hospital.

“This is sad news,” said Mariella Enoc, President Bambino Gesu, often referred to as the “Pope’s Hospital.”

Officials with the administration of President Donald Trump have spoken with the family of Charlie Gard and say they are offering to help in any way possible.

But seeing how Gard and his family are in England and both British and European courts have rejected pleas from his parents to take him to the United States for experimental treatment, the ability to help is probably a tall order.

Charlie Gard’s mother is still defiant in the face of a court decision allowing a hospital to revoke life support from her son even though she and Charlie’s father do not want it removed. Charlie’s parents are desperately trying to get him to the United States for an experimental procedure that could save his life as he battles a rare disease.

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