OCP Secretariat Condemns Terrorist Attack in St.Petersburg : Stand in Solidarity with the Russian People

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on April 4, 2017

in Featured, Featured News, News, OCP Society News

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OCP News Service – 4/4/17

The Secretariat of the Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE (Pan-Orthodox Christian Movement) issued the below statement in solidarity with the victims of the recent terrorist at the Saint Petersburg subway, Russia.

“The Secretariat members of Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE strongly condemns the recent terrorist attack in Saint Petersburg, that claimed the lives of many innocent civilians. May the souls of departed civilians rest in eternal peace. May God give lasting peace to the nation of Russia. We stand in complete solidarity with Russian people.”

In Christ

George Alexander
(Secretary & Spokesperson)

Monu John Phillip
(Special Envoy of the Secretariat)

Kisha D Dorado
(Delegate of Belgrade, Serbia & the Balkans
& Director- Dept of Church Research & Studies)

Maksachuk Ekaternia Pavlovna
(Delegate of Moscow & All Russia)

Maria Sidropoulou
(Delegate of Thessaloniki and All Greece)

Prakash Varghese
(Delegate of Gulf, Levant and All Middle East)

Vipin Varghese
(Director- Dept. of Public Relations)

Varghese John Thottapuzha
Director – Dept. of Publications
& Chief Adviser on Oriental Orthodox & Assyrian Church Affairs)

Dr Ajesh T Phillip
(Delegate of the Indian Sub-Continent)

Abraham P Koshy
(Treasurer & Director – Dept of Finance)

Source:
OCP News Service

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