In Sumy detained suspects in the explosion at the Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral
. in Sumy tied 2 persons on the case of explosion of pyrotechnics at the entrance to the Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, informs a press-service of regional management of national police of Ukraine.
Both arrested were local residents. Currently, they carry out proper investigations reported in the report.
according to the national police one of the men confiscated pyrotechnic means, is the same as what was used in the explosion.
the incident in the Cathedral of the Transfiguration happened yesterday during evening worship. In the temple there were a lot of parishioners, but no one was hurt.
later it turned out that in the Cathedral exploded pyrotechnic means to play airsoft, stuffed with grains of corn. Law enforcement agencies opened a criminal case under the criminal code on hooliganism.
in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the explosion in the Cathedral associated with the General permissive attitude towards the Orthodox in the Ukraine.
over the last period of time in the Ukraine has greatly increased the number of provocations concerning the parishioners of the UOC canonical and seizures of churches by supporters of the new Church structures recognized by Constantinople. It was stated that the priests "Autocephalous Church" come into the temples of the UOC in support of the nationalists and the Police in any way do not react to it.
Thus the Ukrainian authorities and the head Petro Poroshenko has repeatedly promised not to interfere in the Affairs of the Church, but doing it non-stop. So, Poroshenko himself sought from Constantinople of the Tomos of autocephaly for Ukraine and attended the ceremony of signing of that document in Istanbul.
Tomos, who gave "the Orthodox Church of Ukraine" Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, limits the newly formed structure and makes it dependent on Constantinople. In the ROC this "autocephaly" was called dummy, and the day of the signing of the Tomos - tragic in the history of the Ecumenical Orthodoxy.