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Officials of the Security Service of Ukraine [SSU] and the National Police found a large amount of anti-Ukrainian material while conducting a security counterintelligence operation at the Pochayiv Theological Seminary and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Source: SSU
Details: In particular, the SSU has found literature that denies the existence of the Ukrainian nation, its language and the sovereignty of Ukraine, emphasizing that it is an artificially created state.
The security service has also uncovered pamphlets and books of a xenophobic and hateful nature, containing derogatory untruths about other nationalities and religions.
Most of this literature is written in Russia and printed by Russian publishers.
The SSU investigates the origin of the Almighty Don Host symbols, specimens of which were found in one of the storerooms of the Ivano-Frankivsk Eparchy. These refer to the insignia of this illegal armed formation that helped the Russians occupy Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts in 2014.
Quote: “All this material evidence constitutes a reason to initiate a criminal case under Article 161 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (violation of equal rights of citizens based on their race, national, regional independence, religious beliefs, disability and other characteristics). Currently these materials have all been sent for independent testing.
Based on the results of these tests, further procedural steps will be initiated."
Details: On November 25 and November 27, searches were carried out in Pochayiv Lavra and Ivano-Frankivsk Eparchy.
Early on November 22, the Security Service of Ukraine conducted counterintelligence operations at the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra of the Holy Ascension, a monastery in Kyiv.
The agency's press office reported that these measures were taken jointly with the National Police and National Guard as part of the Security Service's systematic efforts to counteract sabotage activities by Russian intelligence services in Ukraine.
In addition to the Kiev Pechersk Lavra, the Security Service of Ukraine visited a UOC-MP monastery in the Rivne Oblast to look for sabotage and reconnaissance groups and weapons.
Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, announced that searches at the Kiev Pechersk Lavra (Pechersk Lavra) revealed that Ukraine was at war with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Later, the SSU reported that it inspected 350 UOC MP buildings and found "suspicious" Russian citizens, money, and brainwashing literature.
The SSU conducted searches on the territory of the Chernivtsi-Bukovina diocese of the Patriarchate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow [UOC MP] and found documents confirming that its leaders held Russian citizenship, as well as Moscow manuals for holding religious services and a huge amount of pro-Kremlin literature.
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