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A unification council of the Ukrainian Orthodox churches, which must approve all the conditions for creating a local independent Orthodox church in Ukraine and elect its chairman, has been postponed for December.

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So far, the approximate date of the council is set for December 9-10, the sources in church circles told LB.ua.

As UNIAN reported earlier, press secretary of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate (UOC-KP), Archbishop Yevstratiy (Zorya) refuted media reports on holding a unification council on November 22.