Moscow, June 10 (Interfax) - Orthodox activists will hold the procession with cross in Kiev on June 22.
"Participants in the procession with cross will stand against war in Donbass and Ukraine's integration in alien and hostile to our people western civilization "European Union - Euro Sodom". Ukraine is one of the integral parts that make Orthodox civilization and the Russian world," organizers told Interfax-Religion.
The procession with cross will go from the Kiev Laura of the Caves.
"We invite you to participate personally and invite other activists to take part in the procession with cross dedicated to the 73rd anniversary of the beginning of the most terrific and destructive war held by the West against the Russian World. This year the date of its beginning, as in 1941, matches with the Day of All Russian Saints," organizers said.
Participants will conduct a Requiem Liturgy at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and sing acathistus to St.George and St. Alexander of Neva during the procession with cross that is to go along central streets of the Ukrainian capital.