UGCC accuses Ukraine’s authorities of population impoverishment
Uniates criticized the current state authorities of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church accused the state power of Ukraine of the rapid impoverishment of the people. Criticism was voiced in the call to "prayer in times of trouble", with which the Synod of Bishops of the UGCC addressed its flock.
According to the Uniate bishops, they are much concerned about the rapid impoverishment of the people and new manifestations of social inequality. The rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer, and internal challenges lead to massive labour migration, rising unemployment and the disappearance of entire social strata of society.
“The state power in Ukraine announces its intentions to overcome these phenomena and implement reforms to improve the lives of citizens and their legal and social protection, but we often do not understand their steps,” the UGCC stressed.
Earlier, the synod of the UGCC announced the accumulation of Russian troops on the border with Ukraine and political pressure with the help of energy prices.