Archbishop of Mount Sinai: We have to be aware of measures and not be dissatisfied

“We have to be cautious, discrete, and obedient to our governors, who make efforts to ensure the safety of the citizens of their country. This situation will soon be over and, therefore, we will be able to attend the religious services,” Archbishop Damianos of Mount Sinai said in a letter he wrote ahead of Holy Week. In particular, he addressed the Greek Orthodox of the Archdiocese of Sinai and his spiritual children. He pointed out, “We have to be aware of the measures taken (against the coronavirus pandemic) and not be dissatisfied.” He also welcomed the initiatives taken by the Egyptian State for the security of the citizens and praised the Governor of the South Sinai, Khaled Fouda, for his efforts.