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The “religious scholar” said that Archpriest Alexander Klimenko is a “singer” and “professional agent”

“Religious scholar” Andrei Kovalev decided to “enlighten” his readers and said that the winner of the “Voice of the country” show, priest of the Borispol diocese of the UOC, Archpriest Alexander Klimenko, is actually not only a “singer” but also a “professional agent”. He wrote about this on Facebook.

“Singer Alexander Klimenko, who calls himself a priest of the Moscow Patriarchate, just belongs to the camp of “Ukrainian-speaking meek special forces” of the Russian Orthodox Church in Ukraine, but he still remains a fierce Ukrainophobe and Russian patriot. This is a very dangerous and professional agent who uses his fame after winning the television show “Voice of the Country” to promote the deadly ideology of “Russiam world”, “wrote the “religious scholar.”

Archpriest Alexander Klimenko was born on May 1, 1983 in the city of Berezan, Kiev region. As a child, he sang in the choir, studied vocals, carried choir obedience in the church, first as a singer, later as a choir director.

Graduated from the Kiev National Economic University and the Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary. Ordained to the priesthood by His Beatitude Metropolitan Vladimir (Sabodan) in 2007. He is a clergyman of the Boryspil Diocese of the UOC.

Head of the Church and Culture Department of the Boryspil Diocese of the UOC, lecturer at the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management and Diocesan Catechism Courses, teacher of Christian ethics at school, priest of the prison church of the Berezan correctional colony.

Married, father of four children. On April 23, 2017, he became the winner of the seventh season of the Voice of the Country talent show.

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