Kyiv Making Gains in Religious Dimension of the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict

Parishioners await the appearance of Patriarch Filaret Denysenko at St. Volodymyr's Cathedral in Kyiv. (Photo: Katya Kumkova)

Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to use religion to advance an expansionist agenda. But an increasing number of believers in Ukraine appear to be rejecting the notion that Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church are the defenders of the true faith.

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Katya Kumkova is a EurasiaNet staff reporter.

Kyiv Making Gains in Religious Dimension of the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict

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