"I would have left, but apartments and clothes don't allow it": border guards found a priest with an invalid passport and connections to Russia. Photo.

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Property prevents priest from leaving for Russia in peace

Ukrainian border guards detained a priest with connections in Russia and an invalid passport. The priest wanted to enter the territory of the aggressor country, but his property prevented him from doing so.

This was reported on March 24 by the press service of the State Border Service of Ukraine. "Border guards found another Unholy father," the report said (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the news).

"I would have gone (to the Russian Federation. - Ed.) if I had not been bound by apartments and my clothes, but the valuable thing is my icons," the priest wrote in one of his correspondence.

The recipient of this message turned out to be a subscriber with Russian numbers.

In addition, three of the man's last ten contacts were signed "Moscow."

The Security Service of Ukraine will investigate the priest's activities.


As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- Russian Orthodox Church priest Andrei Tkachev, a Ukrainian by birth, advised the Russian military to pray before launching missiles at Ukraine. According to him, Russians need to fight, even if they don't want to.

- The Ukrainian priest, rector of the Holy Trinity Church of the OCU in Odessa Vasily Vyrozub told about his experiences in Russian captivity. The occupiers asked absurd questions and used electricity to torture.

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