OCU "hierarch": Communities of UOC that refused to join us are separatists
According to Mikhail Zinkevich, new churches of the UOC built to replace the ones seized by the OCU, emerge "where lost Ukrainians exist on a collaborationist basis."
In an interview with the publication "First Channel of Social News", “Metropolitan" Mikhail Zinkevich of Lutsk and Volyn of the OCU said that the UOC communities that refused to move to the OCU are separatists.
Asked about what he thinks about the communities of the UOC that are building new churches instead of those seized by the representatives of the OCU, Zinkevich replied that "these communities today are outside the canons of church life."
“These are not churches, these are organizations that preach separatism and will continue to do so. Moreover, what I said is coming true today: a candle bought in the church of the MP is money for cartridges to kill our soldiers,” Zinkevich said.
In his opinion, there are cases when “lost Ukrainians are still gravitating towards Moscow” and “exist on a collaborationist basis”.
Earlier, the UOJ wrote that Mikhail Zinkevich told how many churches he had taken from the UOC.