Archbishop Hrisostomos II of the Greek Orthodox Church stated that they would not comply with some of the restrictions imposed by the government during the full two-week shutdown and said, “Let all the police come.”
A crisis broke out between the government of the Greek Cypriot Administration of Cyprus (KRG) and the Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church, Hrisostomos II.
Archbishop Hrisostomos II lashed out at the government for a two-week full shutdown, which began at 5 a.m. tomorrow and also affected the Easter week.
Hrisostomos II stated that he would not comply with some of the restrictions imposed by the Greek administration. Let’s get all the police.”
“WE WILL FOLLOW TRADITION”
He expressed anger that Greek radio II. Hrisostomos did not answer the question of why the Greek Health Minister was not allowed to enter churches with more than 50 people.
Hrisostomos II said that they will not abide by the curfew, which is stretched until 9 p.m. on Sunday evening, the last day of the holy week in which the ceremonies of the crucifixion, death, burial and revival of Jesus Christ are revived. We will perform the resurrection ritual after midnight.”