Ukrainian court freezes Kyiv Patriarchate liquidation

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The District Administrative Court of Kyiv has ruled partly in favor of the Kyiv Patriarchate in a lawsuit against the Culture Ministry by banning companies’ registrars and the liquidation commission from taking action against the religious organization’s property. “The court ban...

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