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News The Ukrainian lawmakers did not dispose the right to ask the Patriarchate of Constantinople for autocephaly, Interfax news agency cites a court appeal. The two communities of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church made the claim: the Gorodnitsky monastery near Zhitomir and the Church of Saint Nicholas of the Berdyansk eparchy. ...

11.10.2018 Subject: Religion The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) says that noncanonical autocephaly may cause a split in Orthodoxy, Interfax news agency reports. According to the Department of External Church Relations representative Archpriest Igor Yakimchuk, the scale of this split can be compared with and probably surpass the...

13.09.2018 Subject: Religion


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Nearly one hundred and fifty African students and teachers from Tanzania, Ruanda, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, Madagascar and Mauritius participated in a 12-day intensive Russian language course in July. It marked the first stage of the Distant Russian in Africa online project aimed to strengthen humanitarian ties with Africa, which had been discussed at the 2019 Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi.
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