Pope Francis said he will not try to convince President Trump to ease his policies on immigration and the environment when they meet later in May, according to reports.

Francis said he is more concerned with finding areas where he and Trump agree so they may better work towards peace, according to the Associated Press.

As he traveled back to Rome from Portugal on Saturday, Francis told reporters that he would remain sincere when he speaks with the president and be open to what he has to say.

"I never make a judgement about a person without hearing him out," Francis said.

Francis has previously made comments critical of Trump's immigration ban and it's lack of Christian values.

Francis said Saturday that "peace is artisanal. You do it every day."

Trump is set to meet with the president on his first foreign trip on May 24.