1. Will the Moscow Patriarchate issue an official document condemning its previous coperation with the Soviet regimme, and a kind of "mea culpa" for this?
It's quite possible, actually that they will. After all, they've already done it verbally, it'll take them little effort to move it onto paper.
2. Will the Moscow Patriarchate leave ecumenicist organizations such as the WCC, and sever any contact with the Roman Catholic Church?
WHERE have you BEEN??? The MP doesn't participate in WCC anymore. If you want to cast that stone, remember that ROCOR once was involved with it too. If there are any MP clergy there, it is more than likely that they are there of their own volition, & not with the concent of their ruling heirarch. I just want to tell a story of something I heard when I went to Russia with my dad. He's very good friends with a proto-priest who teaches in the St. Tihon Theological Acadamy (a sort of Orthodox highschool/jr. college in Moscow), also at the seminary in Troista Sergiva Lavra, often does interviews on the radio & TV on all matters Orthodox, and lots of other stuff. To top it all of he's a really swell guy. Anyway, over tea at their apartment, my dad brought up the issue of ecuminism. Fr. Valintine answered so... "Well, of course, we needed to look into it, so we (the MP) formed a commitee, but nothing will ever come of it, there will be no movement towards it..." "How do you know?" asked my dad. "Well, first off, I'm on the committee." Since then, the MP has moved further & further away from ties with WCC.
And as for the Catholics... well, didn't you notice that Pat. Alexei refuses to extend an invitation to the Pope to visit Russia, even though the Vatican is putting more & more pressure by way of bad press (I think there was another thread about that recently actually). They don't like the RCC over there.
Anyway, long ramble, time to work.