Another accomplice of the invaders from the Myrotvorets base was elected bishop by the UOC-MP
According to the website of the UOC-MP, according to the decision of the Synod, Archimandrite Paisiy (Shynkaryov), a cleric of the Horlivka diocese, was elected bishop of Konstantinovsky, Vicar of the Diocese of Horlivka, Religiyna Pravda reports.
Paisiy was added to the Myrotvorets database in January 2018. It is noted that he is an accomplice of terrorists, took an active part in the activities of the DPR terrorist organization.
The Miyrotvorets Center asks law enforcement agencies to consider the publication on the site as a statement about the commission of deliberate acts by this citizen against the national security of Ukraine, peace, the security of humanity and the international legal order, as well as other offenses.
There are also references to materials that show that Shynkariov collaborated with the occupation administration, in particular, consecrated the "DPR" police station, and participated in other events.
The UOC-MP reports that Archimandrite Paisiy (Shynkariov Viktor Sergiyovych) was born on January 8, 1988, in the city of Feodosia in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in a family of employees.
On June 12, 2014, he was sent by the rector of the Annunciation Church in Horlivka. After the destruction of the church from a direct hit by an artillery shell on August 7, 2014, he returned to the pastoral service in the Epiphany Cathedral in Horlivka. He was tonsured a monk by Metropolitan Mytrofan of Horlivka and Slovyansk, naming his name in honor of St. Paisius of Mount Athos (Svyatogorets).
As RISU has already reported, in 2019, the UOC-MP in Nizhyn secretly ordained a separatist priest from Crimea Kalinik (Chernyshev) as a bishop.
According to the Miyrotvorets website, Kalinik (Chernyshov) took an active part in the annexation of Crimea: he conducted anti-Ukrainian agitation, placed a warehouse of weapons for the "self-defense of Crimea" on the territory of the Church of the Holy Prophet John the Baptist in the village of Uyutne, of which he is the rector. He received the medal "For Defense of Crimea" from the Russian authorities of Crimea.
On May 3, the leadership of the "people's militia" awarded a certificate of honor to a cleric of the UOC-MP on Teatralnaya Square in Yevpatoria. Awards on the same day were also given to 144 "Defenders of the Homeland" — the so-called Soldiers of the local militia detachment and civilians who "actively helped the neo-Nazi resistance forces."