An electronic translation reads (and I'm not commenting on the story itself):
Head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church elected Bishop of Sviatoslav (Shevchuk), which is currently the administrator of the diocese apostle of the Holy Virgin in Buenos Aires.
This UNIAN reported a source in the Church.
Officially, the information in the Department of Information Church does not deny nor confirm.
Bishop Svyatoslav (Shevchuk) in 2002-2005 worked as head of the secretariat and the personal secretary of Beatitude Lubomir (Husar), head of the Patriarchal Curia in.
January 14, 2009 Pope Benedict XVI appointed Svyatoslav SHEVCHUK Auxiliary Bishop Diocese of the Holy Virgin in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
April 10, 2010 Sviatoslav Shevchuk appointed apostolic administrator of the Diocese of the Holy Virgin in Buenos Aires.
As UNIAN reported earlier, according to unofficial information, today, on the fourth day of the Electoral Synod of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church elected head of Church. However, the official Vatican confirmation of choice, the person's new head of Church is not disclosed. Now waiting for a response from Church of the Apostolic capital.
Recently, His Eminence Cardinal Husar was the Primate of the Church powers. 78-year old cardinal led the Ukrainian Greek Catholics in 2001. Although the title given for life Primate, Cardinal Husar himself appealed to the Vatican asking for dismissal in connection with deteriorating health.
March 21, 2011 in Bryukhovychi started near Lviv Synod of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, which elected a new head of the Church.
The work of the Synod, headed by an administrator Church Bishop Igor (Voznyak) involved 40 Bishops from Ukraine and abroad (Western Europe, USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Australia).
The enthronement of the new head of Church will be held March 27 at 10.00 in the Patriarchal cobori Resurrection in Kyiv. At the ceremony, invited about a thousand guests. That representatives of all dioceses and Exarchate Church, state and local authorities, local and international NGOs and different faiths and religious organizations.