The commission will include, in particular, representatives of the metropolia, the ministry and the reserve, the minister of culture said.
On Thursday, March 30, a joint commission will start working in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra to accept the buildings of the complex for public use. This was announced by the Minister of Culture and Information Policy Oleksandr Tkachenko, Ukrinform reports.
“It was never discussed that monastic life would end there. Let’s see what kind of monastic life it will be. Starting tomorrow, a commission will begin work, which will include representatives of the metropolis, the ministry and the reserve, which will deal with the acceptance of those buildings that should move from using the metropolis to using the state. The process will be gradual, and I hope that everything will be fine,” Tkachenko said.
The Minister added that similar processes will take place in other regions.
“In the Kremenets Reserve, the term for the use of one of the churches has expired. We have now filed a lawsuit because the local priests did not want to transfer (property – ed.). We also have questions with at least two churches on the territory of the Chernihiv Reserve. These are old temples of the 12th century. That is, the process is underway,” the minister said.
Earlier it was reported that the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra will become a museum where services will be held.
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