Sarov city court refused to overturn the decision of management FMS across the Nizhniy Novgorod region about the cancellation of the permit for temporary residence in the Russian Federation the priest from Lugansk Eugene Gnatenko, who wished to be reunited with Sarov family, said Fins news Gnatenko.
"Held the court decided in my favor. Now have a month to appeal. I'm very disappointed by this decision, and, no doubt, will continue to prove that my family should live together, " said the priest.
according to his statement, he now does not know what exactly he was deprived of a temporary residence permit in Russia a few days after it is issued. In court documents, As specified Gnatenko, there is also no clarification on this issue. In the Nizhniy Novgorod management of FMS not explain the situation.
first of Archpriest Gnatenko told Last news that filed a lawsuit in Sarov court against the decision of the FMS to deny him temporary stays together with the family at Sarov. Gnatenko, being a citizen of Ukraine since 2005, was a clergyman of the diocese of Luhansk Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate priest of St. Vladimir's Cathedral, and also taught in 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 his decision to move to Sarov on continuous residence and handling of a petition to grant citizenship of the Russian Federation, the migration service he cancelled the permit for temporary residence due paragraph of article 7 of the law "On legal status of foreign Residents in Russia" ( "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 for the decision of the FMS.
As 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 petition to the ruling Bishop of the diocese of Luhansk and received a positive response On the transfer to the Nizhny Novgorod diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church.