Citizen of Lugansk, Archpriest Eugene Gnatenko filed a lawsuit in Sarov city court on the decision of the UFMS of Russia across the Nizhniy Novgorod region to deny him temporary stays together with the family at Sarov.
"I would like to see unfair the decision to revoke my permission for temporary residence has been cancelled, and I was allowed to reunite with family. Because of this, I filed a communication to the court, " said Fins news Archpriest Eugene Gnatenko.
As a citizen of Ukraine, Gnatenko since 2005 was a cleric of the diocese of Luhansk Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, was a priest of St. Vladimir's Cathedral, and also taught logic and sociology at the 1st of Luhansk in higher education. The wife of the clergyman, together with his four children and their parents last years lived in Sarov.
According to Gnatenko, after he decided to move to Sarov on continuous residence and filed a petition On granting him Russian citizenship, the immigration service he cancelled the permit for temporary residence due paragraph of article 7 of the Federal law "On legal status of foreign Residents in the Russian Federation" ( "advocated a violent correction of the foundations of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation, other actions endanger the security of the Russian Federation or Residents of the Russian Federation" ). According to Gnatenko, he and his family do not have the opportunity to understand the reasons why it was accepted the decision FMS.
As told the head of Department, he continued to serve in Lugansk during active hostilities in the past year, but then still decided to connect with Sarov family that filed a proper petition to the ruling Bishop of the diocese of Luhansk and took from this place a positive response.
"I explained my family situation - that many years already we for various reasons are living separately, which is currently here, in Lugansk, family impossible to carry