Russian Patriarch Kirill’s letter to World Council of Churches implicating NATO involvement in Ukraine

The origins of the confrontation lie in the relationships between the West and Russia. By the 1990s Russia had been promised that its security and dignity would be respected. However, as time went by, the forces overtly considering Russia to be their enemy came close to its borders. Year after year, month after month, the NATO member states have been building up their military presence, disregarding Russia’s concerns that these weapons may one day be used against it.

World Council of Churches: List of members-RC is not a member

Confessional Standards 1st Council of NicaeaConstantinople OneCouncil of EphesusCouncil of ChalcedonConstantinople TwoConstantinople Three2nd Council of NicaeaConstantinople FourLateran OneLateran TwoLateran ThreeLateran Four1st Council of Lyons2nd Council of LyonsCouncil of VienneCouncil of ConstanceCouncil of FlorenceLateran FiveCouncil of TrentFirst Vatican Council Vatican II…