In many European countries, the LGBT ideology is imposed from the outside against the will of the people. This is demonstrated, among other things, by the rally for the traditional family that was held in Belgrade on 14 August, said Vakhtang Kipshidze, deputy chairman of the public relations department of the Russian Orthodox Church, in a statement to Sputnik.
“Protests against LGBT ideology in Serbia show that such worldviews are being imposed against the will of a significant number of traditional Christians.” This ideology is being rejected in all European countries. “The political mainstream is deliberately marginalizing this (anti-LGBT) movement,” Kipshidze said.
Earlier, a bill was submitted to the Russian State Duma regarding the imposition of fines of up to 500,000 rubles (about 6,000 euros) for citizens and up to 10 million (50,000 euros) for legal entities for promoting non-traditional sexual relations.