In Zaporizhya, the Security Service of Ukraine conducted searches in the premises of Orthodox Union Radomir pro-Russian organization, which provided security services to the Zaporizhya diocese of the Moscow Patriarchate, the press service reported.
"Investigators of the special services seized unregistered automatic firearms and cold steel, a significant number of cartridges, medals" Patriot of Russia ", pro-Russian symbols of the organization, printouts with anti-Ukrainian content," the report said.
The department added that the Radomir organization provided so-called "security services" to the Zaporizhya diocese of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate.
"Some representatives of the latter violate the equality of citizens, which creates the prerequisites for inter-ethnic and inter-confessional conflicts, they also justify the aggressive actions of the Russian Federation towards Ukraine," the Security Service added.
We recall that on December 31 in Zaporizhya, a man fell out of the window of a high-rise building and landed on a child. They both died. During the child's funeral, a priest of the Moscow Patriarchate refused to commemorate the deceased because the baby was baptized in a church of the Kiev Patriarchate (representatives of the Moscow Patriarchate believe that the church is "self-styled", so the child was not baptized).
The next day, two men, who brought a doll to the entrance of the Moscow Patriarchate temple, got beaten up. As it turned out, one of them appeared to be a participant of Donbas conflict.