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Rector of Moscow Ecclesiastical Academy banned from entering Ukraine for three years

The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine denied the information of certain media that Archbishop Ambrozy crossed the Ukrainian border
15:09, 10 November 2018

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Rector of Moscow Ecclesiastical Academy Archbishop Ambrozy was banned to enter the territory of Ukraine during three years. The press office of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported.  

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The border officers stressed that the information of certain media that the Archbishop crossed the Ukrainian border is false.  

‘On November 7, Archbishop Ambrozy wasn’t only not allowed to cross the border but also banned from entering the territory of Ukraine for up to three years. This is why he won’t be able to get to Ukraine at least until 2021,’ reads the message. 

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Reportedly, on November 7 it became known that Archbishop Ambrozy wasn’t allowed to enter Ukraine. The border officers claimed that they fulfilled the instructions saying that Ambrozy can’t be allowed on the territory of Ukraine.  

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