In Kharkiv, right-wing nationalists terrorize Intercession Monastery monks

23 February 16:55
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Young people in balaclavas on the monastery grounds. Photo: screenshot from video Young people in balaclavas on the monastery grounds. Photo: screenshot from video

Young people pasted their posters on the territory of the monastery and pushed the monks.

A group of right-wing nationalists entered the territory of the Intercession Monastery in Kharkiv, where they plastered their propaganda stuff on the boards advertising the monastery's pilgrimage trips, wrote slogans such as "Away with the Russians!" and pushed monks. A video of the incident was posted on the Prava Molod Telegram channel.

From the advertisements, where the names of pre-war pilgrimage trips, which are no longer valid, were plastered over, the nationalists removed the sticker, took photos, and claimed that the monastery transported parishioners to Russia right during the war.

As reported by the UOJ, law enforcement officers closed more than 20 criminal cases in one day regarding crimes committed by opponents of the UOC.

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