The meetings were attended by at least three UOC-MP hierarchs
Presidential Adviser and Director of the National Institute for Strategic Studies Rostislav Pavlenko said details of the Poroshenko meeting with the work of the hierarchs of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate (MP UOC), Which was held in closed mode in the Ukrainian house. Reports on this "Ukrinform".
"Representatives of this UOC-MP, who just approve of the idea of the Ukrainian autocephalous Orthodox church, have come to the meeting, they intend to jointly unite the world and create this church together" – said Pavlenko.
He did not state the names of the agents because they spoke of "easy pressure on them".
"It should have been a meeting with the entire bishop, with all the UOC-MP hierarchies, to be able to keep up with the meetings that took place in Constantinople, an agreement signed with the Ecumenical Patriarch can remove all issues that have accumulated between the bishops, especially regarding the fact that the process of creating the United Orthodox Church will be voluntary, peaceful, the state with all its might will resist provocations and attempts to break this world ", – said the consultant.
At the same time, according to him, according to the conditions that developed with the meeting, "it is suspected that those who did not want to meet, checked their watches with Moscow or received instructions from there."
Recall that on November 13, at UOC-MP, the Council announced that it was we do not intend to join the united Ukrainian local Orthodox church after completing the authorization procedure for autocephaly.
Furthermore, UOC-MP announced a break in relations with Constantinople due to the provision of autocephaly to Ukraine.
As we have already reported On October 11, the Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate adopted a positive decision on the Ukrainian church.
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