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Ukrainian Orthodox Patriarch ready to talk with Moscow, but insists on autonomy

December 11, 2017

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CWN Editor's Note: Ukrainian Orthodox Patriarch Filaret, who broke away from the Moscow patriarchate after his country’s independence, has indicated that he is ready to engage in talks with Russian Patriarch Filaret, but will insist on the self-governing status of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

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