KYIV (FNI) - Russian hackers for several years tried to break personal data and personal information of leaders of the world clergy. The first who could get on this list is the Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I.
This is reported by the Associated Press with reference to its own investigation.
"AP has a list of 4, 700 e-mail addresses that Russian hackers have tried to break. The main goal was the assistants of the Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I, "AP reported.
The Ecumenical Patriarchate postponed the date of the meeting on October 9-11. The meeting was to take place on September 10, and there was a high probability that the Ukrainian church issue would be solved on it.