Russian-Based Charity to Protect Kosovo Holy Sites

admin | 10 October 2012

The Russian–based international charity will be protecting Orthodox holy sites in Kosovo, member of Saint Sava Foundation and MP Alexander Torshin stated in Belgrade.

Alexander Torshin

According to him, the foundation has already begun its work in the city of Prizren where its activists awarded seminary students studying Russian and visited an Orthodox Church which was looted by Albanians in 2004. The foundation will be raising money to restore it.

Source: Voice of Russia

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