"Mirotvorets" site demands to expel His Beatitude Onufry from Ukraine

His Beatitude Metropolitan Onufry of Kiev and All Ukraine

His Beatitude Metropolitan Onufry and a number of the UOC hierarchs were added to the database of the "Mirotvorets" ("Peacemaker") site.


The "Mirotvorets" site suggested His Beatitude Metropolitan Onufry leave Ukraine, "until it's too late". The message with insults to the Primate of the UOC and a number of hierarchs was published on the official "Mirotvorets" page on Facebook.

On September 25, the scandalous site entered in its database the information of the Primate of the UOC, calling him the "agent of ROC influence" and "an opponent of the creation of an independent Local Church in Ukraine". Also, the profiles of Archbishops Filaret of Novaya Kakhovka and Genichesk, Filaret of Lvov and Galich, Ephraim of Krivoy Rog and Nikopol, Theodore of Kamenets-Podolsky and Gorodok, as well as the heads of Khust, Vinogradov and Donetsk eparchies, were added to the section "Purgatory".

Earlier, the notorious resource charged Metropolitan Pavel of Vyshgorod and Chernobyl with "anti-Ukrainian propaganda".

In July 2017, the Kiev National Police Department opened a case against the "Mirotvorets" site, which publishes personal data of the so-called "traitors of the motherland", including clerics of the UOC, who became targets for threats.

On December 27, 2017, the activities of the "Mirotvorets" site, caught in the illegal publication of personal data of citizens of Ukraine and foreigners, were highly appreciated by the Kiev Patriarchate.

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