Russian passport of OCU "metropolitan" in Crimea published on the Net
Supporters of the liquidated UOC-KP reacted to the "career growth" of a citizen of the Russian Federation and the head of the OCU Crimean Eparchy Clement Kushch.
In response to the decision of the head of the OCU Epiphany Dumenko to make “Archbishop” Clement of Simferopol and Crimea “metropolitan”, photos of the “hierarch's” Russian passport were published on the Web.
“Vladyka Clement led the OCU eparchy in Crimea in such a way that nothing was left of it,” says the message of the pro-Filaret Facebook-community “For the Ukrainian Church”, which published the photos. - <...> Clement (Pavel Kushch) was one of the first on the Crimean peninsula to run and take the passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation from the hands of the occupation authorities. However, he did not refuse the passport of Ukraine. Clement became a citizen of Putin's Russia on June 6, 2014, at the height of Putin's aggression. In the forefront.”
Supporters of the UOC-KP also recalled a certain "laissez-passer" that allowed Kushch to move throughout Russia, stressing that "such freedom in Putin's totalitarian country is hard to imagine without the FSB's sanction."
“OCU-SCU is that political, quasi-religious structure where many things are intertwined: political ambitions, money, lies, betrayal, the interests of Russia, Istanbul, but the main thing is lacking – faith and spirituality,” resumed the pro-Filaret resource.
Earlier, "hierarch" Clement Kushch said that the problem of the OCU existence in Crimea is "under the personal control" of US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.