"There are no bad people". Lomachenko congratulated on the holiday with a quote from the archimandrite of the Russian Orthodox Church after the shelling of Chernihiv
Former world champion in three weight categories Vasyl Lomachenko refused to react to the terrible terrorist attack by Russian occupants on Chernihiv. Hours after the tragedy, Vasyl posted a quote from Archimandrite of the Russian Orthodox Church Sergius (Srebryansky) on his Instagram.
"There are no bad people. Some people need to be prayed for in the first place," the 35-year-old boxer wrote, adding a holiday greeting. [August 19 marks the Savior's Day].
It should be noted that a few days ago Vasyl speculated about the trials people go through. The native of Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky believes that all challenges are happening to us so that we learn to overcome them without worrying too much.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, Russian terrorists hit the center of Chernihiv with an Iskander-M ballistic missile on Saturday, August 19, at about 11:30. As a result of the shelling, seven people were killed, including a 6-year-old child and 144 people were injured, at least 15 minors among them.
Not so long ago Lomachenko called for unity of the Ukrainian people on Instagram. He quoted Spiritual Teachings by Archimandrite Thaddeus Vitovnitsky (1914-2003) from Serbia, in which he predicts the end of the world with the words "the evil of Satan has taken hold of Russia".
Earlier Vasyl Lomachenko made an unequivocal decision on his career because of the war in Ukraine. The boxer did not react to the missile attack on Odesa on July 23.