Numerous provocateurs disguised as religious pilgrims head to Kyiv
Kyiv is expecting mass provocations during the upcoming celebrations of Kyivan Rus' Christianization.
According to official sources, Russian secret services have organized bands of provocateurs and extremists. Disguised as orthodox believers, the recruited bandits are anticipated to destabilize the situation in Ukraine with mass uprisings.
A couple of days ago a big group of Moscow Patriarchate parishioners set from the city of Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine heading for Kyiv.
The participants of the Cross procession were noticed carrying St.George yellow-and-black ribbons, as well as the pictures of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II.
Ukraine's Parliamentary Speaker Andriy Parubiy insists the march is governed and managed from Moscow and constitutes a part of the so-called hybrid war Russia is waging against Ukraine.
The suspicions got confirmation after the priests of Moscow Patriarchate refused to commemorate the soldiers killed in the ATO, though agreed to bless the Russian-backed separatists from the self-proclaimed people's republics of Donetsk and Luhansk.
Ukraine's Parliamentary Speaker Andriy Parubiy: "Kremlin has already elaborated the scenario of provocations in Kyiv on July 26th. Except for the believers heading to Kyiv to celebrate the anniversary of Kyivan Rus' Christianization, numerous provocateurs and extremists hurry up here carrying the prohibited symbols of communism and Russian propaganda".