Threats to blow up St. George’s Cathedral of UOC reported in Lvov

St. George’s Cathedral in Lvov. Photo: from open sources

Law enforcement officials are currently trying to identify those who reported the mining of two buildings in Lvov.

On November 1, 2019, the police of the Lviv region received an e-mail that the building of the regional clinical hospital and St. George’s Cathedral of the UOC (Korolenko St.) in Lviv were mined, reports the website of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Lvov region.

Investigation and operational groups, bomb experts, dog handlers, patrol policemen and specialists from other services went to the indicated addresses.

At the moment, law enforcement officers are examining these premises and the adjacent territories. Measures are also being taken to identify the person who provided the mining information.

As reported by the UOJ, earlier activists from the right-wing group S14 “reminded” the priests of the UOC that “they have no place in Lvov”, staining the cathedral fence with the corresponding inscriptions.

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