This week on the Sunday Show we take a look at the situation in Russia-annexed Crimea following the fatal October 17 gun and bomb attack on a college in Kerch, which left 21 people dead and dozens more injured. We discuss how Russia and Ukraine have reacted to the tragedy.
We also bring you updates on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s successful bid for autocephaly and the news that the Russian church will be cutting ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate as a result. We discuss what this means for Ukraine and the rest of the Orthodox world.
Joining us in the studio to discuss these topics, we have Iryna Brunova-Kalisetska Executive Director at Integration and Development Center for Information and Research.