A series of raids allegedly uncovered information the parishes could be working with forces in Moscow, thus threatening national security. A representative from the church said it has always acted “within the framework of Ukrainian law” and does not believe there are grounds for legal action against its membership.
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Ukraine to Sketch Law Freezing Out Alleged Pro-Moscow Churches
The Ukrainian government is planning to craft legislation to ban churches with Russian affiliations as President Volodymyr Zelensky said they can be used to “weaken Ukraine from within.” So reports Reuters.
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