UOJ launches Greek and Romanian versions of the site

The Greek version of the website of the Union of Orthodox Journalists. Photo: UOJ

Now, Orthodox Greeks and Romanians are able to receive true information about the events in Ukraine.

On June 10, 2019, the Union of Orthodox Journalists news agency launched the site versions in Greek and Romanian.

The release of the new versions of the site will allow to weaken the information blockade of the canonical Church in Ukraine and expand the circle of countries whose residents will be able to receive objective information about what is happening in the religious life of our country.

To browse through the new versions of the site, just select the language you are interested in in the upper right corner of the page.

On May 6, 2019, the UOJ was given the St. Konstanty Ostrogski Award. The award ceremony took place within the framework of the international festival “Hajnówka Days of Church Music” held under the patronage of the President of Poland Andrzej Duda. The “Union of Orthodox Journalists” news agency was awarded the diploma of the laureate of the St. Prince Konstanty Ostrogski Foundation Prize and a medal for its contribution to the development of Orthodox journalism and objective coverage of events in church life of Ukraine.

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What will happen if the Church of Greece recognizes the OCU?
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