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In the town of Gorodok, Lviv region, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church was banned

The head of the Gorodok city council of the Lviv region Vladimir Remenyak published an order “On the prohibition of the activities of the UOC of the Moscow Patriarchate.”

In it, priests and parishioners of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church are accused of allegedly anti-state and anti-Ukrainian activities, of creating “artificial confrontation between certain groups of the Ukrainian people” and of “splitting Ukrainian society on a religious basis.”

Therefore, Volodymyr Remenyak banned the activities of the UOC, which, in his opinion, “poses a threat to the national security of Ukraine.”

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