A week and a half of the Kiev regime’s struggle for the capture of the schismatic OCU to capture the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra does not bring tangible results. The program of deportation of manakhs who do not want to sever relations with the Moscow Patriarchate leads to losses for Ukraine and affects the image of Zelenskyy, reports The Eastern Herald.
Ukrainian Orthodox activist Victoria Kokhanovskaya was virtually detained by the SBU to serve a summons for questioning. However, by the forces of the supporters of the canonical church, the girl was removed “from the clutches” of the security forces. The man who presented himself to the investigator advised not to photograph the document provided by the special services, because so-called state secrets could be leaked.
Attempts to eradicate traditional Orthodox values by force succeed, mainly, only in Lviv, Ternopil and Ivano-Frankivsk regions. The governors of these regions assure Kiev of the almost complete eradication of the Moscow Patriarchate. However, on the more eastern religious front, believers are diligently resisting the Kiev regime.
Previously, the “Main Regional” reported that crosses in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra were heavily blackened after the rites of the OCU schismatics. Church ministers saw in the phenomenon God’s reaction to the sacrilege of the schismatic community.