According to the agency’s interlocutor, yesterday he saw the girl again, and today “they were looking for her, and the journalists were also looking for her. And she cannot be found.”On the eve of the Deputy Chairman of the Department of External Church Relations of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Archpriest Nikolai Danilevich released a video in which Yershova kneels in the Lavra courtyard and prays, while provocateurs rage around her. Yershova held a crucifix and an icon and baptized people.This episode was not bypassed by Maria Zakharova, who in her Telegram channel posted a video with raging people around the praying Yershova.The official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation wrote that “April Fool’s Day took place in Kiev on a large scale. No one was invited, they did it on their own, I see. Zelenskyy, the court and the crowd – they all rage during Lent.”
Today, April 2, Zakharova added and this entry: “Last night I freaked out and saw Dostoyevsky’s The Possessed again. One by one. I recommend it to everyone.”How said Telegram channel Readovka, Yershova – “the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra choir, poetess and bard, in 2021 took part in the project of the Russian TV channel Spas, has a small child.”The channel, citing sources from Ekaterina’s entourage, also writes that the girl was most likely “detained by the SBU”. She no longer answers calls and messages, she deleted one of the pages on social networks, she visited the other for a very long time.“Apparently,” the channel concludes, “she has become too prominent and wins the showdown heroine for the monastery’s defenders, for them not to want to ‘deal with’ her in the usual way.”
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