Does the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Russia and Ukraine on March 25, 2022 by Pope Francis fulfill all of the requests asked for by the Virgin Mary at Fatima in 1917?
Not being an expert in this domain I would like to know if the Consecration of Russia and Ukraine meets all the necessary requirements that Mary asked for in 1917?
On March 17, 2022 the pope invited all the bishops to join him in making this consecration! (Source)
This question was inspired by this question: Was Russia properly consecrated to the Immaculate Heart?
One thing is very obvious: Mary has a very dear love for Russia in her Immaculate Heart.
On [March 15,] 1917, Tsar Nicholas II abdicated from the throne. That same day, the Reigning Icon of the Mother of God was revealed to a peasant woman in Kolomenskoye. Many believe the reappearance of the icon was an indication that the Virgin Mary was displeased with Russia for dethroning Tsar Nicholas II during the February 1917 Revolution.
The Reigning Icon of the Mother of God is believed to date from the 18th century. It is considered one of the most revered both inside Russia and in Russian emigre circles.
The icon was originally venerated in the Ascension Convent, in the Chertolye neighborhood near the Moscow Kremlin. In 1812, as Napoleon Bonaparte’s Grande Armée approached Moscow during the French invasion of Russia, the icon was taken to the village church in Kolomenskoye for safekeeping and subsequently forgotten until 1917.
At the end of the February Revolution of 1917, on 15 March (O.S. 2 March) 1917, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia abdicated the throne. That same day, Evdokia Adrianova, a peasant woman in the village of Pererva in Moscow Province, dreamed that the Blessed Virgin appeared and spoke to her. She was instructed to travel to the village of Kolomenskoye, where she would find an old icon which, “will change colour from black to red.” - 15th March: Reigning Icon of the Mother of God Revealed
Interestingly, in Russia, both Catholics and Orthodox prayed to Mary on Friday, March 25th, 2022, the latter at the request of Russian Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church, who asked the faithful to do so a day after the Vatican announced Pope Francis’s request.
See this YouTube video: Pope Francis consecrates Russia & Ukraine to Immaculate Heart