The UOC-KP deny the application for Thomas

В УПЦ КП отрицают заявление о получении Томоса

Question Thomas for Ukraine will be discussed after the report of the Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarch in Istanbul.

Discussion of the Tomos of autocephaly to Ukraine may take place only after the report of the exarchs of the Patriarch Bartholomew in Istanbul. It is scheduled for Wednesday, 10 October, said the head of the information Department of the UOC-KP yevstratiy Zorya.

“Only today (09.10), Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarch departed from Kiev to Istanbul. Tomorrow (10.10) to report, only after that can the discussion of the Tomos. So the message that “Tomos already have” – not true, and the information and harmful, because after a wave of “Peremogi” go wave “zrada”, when it turns out that the issue the Synod had not discussed”, – wrote the last post on his page on the social network Facebook on Tuesday, October 9, evening.

In addition, he recalled the “road map” for getting Thomas.

Recall that on the evening of 9 October, a number of politicians said that Constantinople has provided Ukraine Tomos.

Earlier it became known that the Tomos of autocephaly of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church may obtain from the Ecumenical Patriarchate already October 9-11, 2018.

Before that, in the Patriarchate of Constantinople has published a 29-page text of the Ecumenical throne and the Church of Ukraine – said documents stating the right of Constantinople to grant autocephaly to the Ukrainian Church.

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