ROC openly confesses to acting to the detriment of Constantinople after it granted Tomos to the OCU
This was reported by UNN.
"We have not taken any action to the detriment of the Patriarch of Constantinople over all these years. On the contrary, we regularly updated him about our position. We warned him about the consequences of the actions that he intended to take. That is, we did our best to prevent these actions, and after our warnings were not heard, after these actions occurred, our task is to deal with their consequences and minimize the damage to world Orthodoxy caused by the actions of the Patriarch of Constantinople," he said, adding that what Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople did" in Ukraine can be compared to a natural disaster.
"The split has not been overcome. It has deepened, and now this split covers not only Ukraine but also many other countries and other local Churches," the ROC Metropolitan believes.