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  • Consolidation of spirituality, freedom of religion make Ukraine strong, Volodymyr Groysman during a meeting with the Council of Churches
    Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 22 February 2019 11:11

    The consolidation of spirituality, freedom of religion is what in combination with the economic policy make Ukraine strong and change the quality of life of the citizens. Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said this during a meeting with representatives of the All-Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations. Such meetings have become traditional and represent another platform for discussion of the decisions and areas of development significant for the country, especially in the context of protection and enhancement of fundamental social values.

    This time, the head of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Ukraine Epiphanius took part in the meeting. His Beatitude offered to pay additional attention to the issues of preservation of family values in Ukraine.

    The Head of Government evaluated the participation of the Beatitude Metropolitan in the meeting and noted that the dialogue between religious organizations and the executive branch is of vital importance.

    "We have a high level of interaction. The questions we are discussing find mutual understanding. The consolidation of spirituality, freedom of religion is what makes Ukraine strong in a time of trials - a time of repelling the armed aggression and holding a systemic change", said Volodymyr Groysman.

    The PM thanked the representatives of the All-Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations for their support.

    "It inspires further changes in the country's life. I believe that we have shared goals and objectives. We must maintain our dialogue and fill our cooperation agenda with effective solutions", summed up the Prime Minister.

    Consolidation of spirituality, freedom of religion make Ukraine strong, Volodymyr Groysman during a meeting with the Council of Churches