Police ready to ensure order on the day of Unification of the Cathedral – Knyazev

Полиция готова обеспечить порядок в день Объединительного собора - Князев

Police ready to maintain order in Kyiv on December 15

The national police has said it is ready to maintain order in Kyiv on December 15, the day of the Unification of the Cathedral.

National police of Ukraine is ready to maintain order in Kyiv on December 15, the day of the Unification of the Cathedral to create a single national Orthodox Church in Ukraine. This was stated on Friday, December 14, the head of national police Sergey Knyazev, Radio Liberty reports.

“As for the number of police officers, then I’ll tell you what will be involved as much as needed. We have enough forces and means to ensure the security of any declarations of will of citizens in the Central part of Kiev, including religious ones,” assured the Prince.

As you know, the Unification Church of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church will be held December 15 at the Cathedral of St. Sophia in Kiev. On it heads of the Ukrainian Orthodox churches – the UOC-KP, UAOC and the UOC (MP) should make the decision to join the Church and to choose its head. That is him in the future should grant the Tomos of autocephaly of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, the decision on 11 October was attended Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

In turn, Russia and the Russian Orthodox Church opposed this decision.

Earlier in the government quarter in Kiev was strengthened protection order at that time as the building of the Ukrainian Parliament held a prayer service of the UOC-MP.

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