Odesa’s Transfiguration Cathedral was hit and badly damaged by a Russian missile on Sunday
Russia currently maintains blasphemy laws punishing those who “offend the religious feelings of believers.”
The Russian Orthodox Church transported eleven POWs from Russia to Hungary, coordinated by the Deputy Prime Minister Semjén.
The number of casualties after the incident is still under investigation.
The vandals also broke down the gate to the bridge leading to the temple.
According to the church leaders, the attack came after a "quarrel between a few young men".
The invasion of Ukraine has led to tense relations between the Russian Orthodox Church and other parishes.
The Nevsky church property was initially purchased by Tsar Alexander II in 1859 and remained under Russian control until 1917.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine does not seem to get even slightly closer to an end.