despite the idividual actions of some priests and bishops, none of the Canonical Orthodox Churches recognize the roman catholic church's sacraments, they are therefore, per definition, not the same church.
1) The actions of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and the Pope of Rome characterize the body which they lead.
2) True enough that the canonical orthodox church does not recognize the sacraments of Frankish heretics. However, the Patriarchate of Constantinople is not canonical, it's not orthodox, and it's not a church.
To be precise, the Patriarchates of Constantinople and Moscow are heresies in communion with the pope in Rome.
The photographs of these leaders in communion with each other since the Patr. Athenagoras and Pope Paul in the 1960's are available all over the internet.
I have even heard of a source that asserted Patriarch Kyrill wears the robes of a western cardinal in his private Moscow office when not in public.