Orthodox Christians there are in almost all countries of the world, but the official Russian Orthodox Church is represented in the following countries :
Argentina, USA, Brazil, Panama, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Azerbaijan, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Japan, China, Ukraine, South Pacific, Indonesia, South Korea, Canada, Italy, Finland, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Moldova, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania.10 July 2016
Orthodox churches and parishes exist in many countries of the world.
Question, apparently, about the countries where Christianity is the main religion.
Then the list is as follows:
It's almost all Slavic countries.Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Macedonia.Just do not Slavic: Greece (here and Cyprus) and Romania, Georgia and Moldova.Close to These include the Armenian Church.Just Orthodox Church (not the building, and religion) are in Israel, Syria, Turkey (Ecumenical Patriarchate), Ethiopia and Egypt (Coptic Church).In Egypt, Ethiopia, Syria, Israel, Turkey Orthodoxy is not even close to the leading role, the majority of the population adheres to a particular religion.
Christianity - a religion.
For no faith, and there are no territorial boundaries, no age limit, is not restricted to any time frame and not shielded by sex,. ..
The conclusion Orthodox ( right praise God ) Christianity does not have a well-defined territory.
Task of catechesis - the spread of Christianity, that is, to clarify the truth. __eleven_ 10 July 2016