In Belarus, a priest was fined for car sticker "Ukraine, I'm sorry"

31 March, 14:33
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In Belarus, a priest was fined  for car sticker "Ukraine, I'm sorry" - фото 1
Vasyl Yegorov, a Greek Catholic priest in Belarus, was fined for the "Ukraine, I'm sorry" sticker.

Priest of the Belarusian Greek Catholic Church Vasyl Yegorov, rector of the parish of the Mother of God of Belinich, received an administrative penalty in the form of a fine of 50 basic values (about 5 500, approx. - Ed.). The trial was held in Mogilev, according to the Christian Megaportal inVictory.

The priest was detained on March 25. The reason was a sticker on the car with the inscription "Ukraine, I'm sorry". From 25 to 28 March, he was held in a temporary detention facility.

Vasyl Yegorov studied in Ivano-Frankivsk and was ordained a deacon and Presbyter by Bishop Sophronius the Wise of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. He is a father of many children and an activist in defense of traditional Christian family values, took an active part in the activities of the Charity Foundation "Open Hearts" (pro-life movement).