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Muftis of Russia and Uzbekistan agreed to cooperate

Ufa, March 10, 2021

Muftis of Russia and Uzbekistan agreed to strengthen bilateral ties in promoting the spiritual values ​​of Islam and the way of life based on its cultural traditions in the Eurasian space, Bashinform reports.

The corresponding agreements were reached at the bilateral summit of the muftis of the two countries, which took place on March 10 during an online conference. It was attended by the chairman of the Central Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Russia, Sheikh-ul-Islam Talgat Safa Tadzhuddin and the mufti of Uzbekistan, chairman of the Muslim Religious Administration of Uzbekistan, Usmonkhon Alimov.

“The participants intend to call on similar organizations of the CIS countries to act as coordinators of the processes of interaction and cooperation between religious, educational, scientific and public organizations, associations and institutions of these states in the development of bilateral and multilateral relations”, the organizers of the meeting noted.

 

In the meantime, the parties presented proposals for interaction between the Central Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Russia and the Muslim Religious Administration of Uzbekistan for 2021-2022 and adopted a final resolution.  

The participants presented and supported the idea of ​​creating a Eurasian Association for the Promotion of Islamic Education as well.

 

 

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