Today, the official opening of the International Moscow Urban Forum. Moscow offers modern solutions and projects for comfortable living of citizens. Moscow has changed noticeably in recent years. The Forum is visited by famous world experts and guests from the Arab world. The forum’s information stands present the future interfaith cultural and educational center in New Moscow with a modern recreational zone. As conceived by the architects, it will become not only a symbolic inter-religious center demonstrating the dialogue of religions and the historical friendship of nations established in Russia, but also a social, educational project accessible to all Muscovites. According to the general assessment of experts, it will become an actual landmark of the capital. The forum guests were interested in this project as a territory of intercultural dialogue, which is very much in demand in this period of the development of the world. Russia in this vein is an example for a lot of countries. And may Allah help in the implementation of such an important decision, which will remain for centuries a good example of the coexistence of different cultures and traditions.
The meeting took place between the head of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia, a member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Mufti of Moscow Albir Khazrat Krganov and the State Secretary - deputy director of the National guard of the Russian Federation Sergei Zakharkin. During the meeting the parties noted the importance of strengthening and developing bilateral cooperation.
Sergey Zakharkin expressed interest in contributing the UN in studying the current situation of the ethno-confessional situation in the regions of the Russian Federation with a compact settlement of Muslims. Working together will contribute to protection and security of country’s population from external negative impacts.
On April 18, an interregional theoretical and practical conference on the topic “Traditional spiritual Islamic values as a factor in ensuring inter-ethnic harmony, justice and development. Problems, tasks and prospects” was held.
During the conference, participants discussed topical issues of ensuring social sustainability and positive development of modern society, among others, the following topics:
· Using the potential of the spiritual values of Islam as a factor in ensuring harmony and equitable development in the context of the interaction of different cultures and multi-faith in Central Eurasia;
On April 19, Sergey Zhvachkin, the Governor of the Tomsk region, held a work meeting with mufti Albir Krganov, The Head of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia, a member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation.
Sergei Zhvachkin discussed with mufti Albir Krganov the first results of the interregional theoretical and practical conference "Traditional spiritual Islamic values as a factor in ensuring inter-ethnic harmony, justice and development", which ends today in Tomsk and in which Albir Krganov is actively participating. The governor and the mufti focused on the theme of interfaith relations.
A two-day international scientific conference "The religious situation in the North-West: Religion in the Post-secular World" was held in St. Petersburg. Leading theologians, religious scholars, philosophers and religious figures from Russia, Serbia, Finland, Poland and Armenia gathered at the same venue.
“The conference is a value in terms of interfaith dialogue and the fullness of the scientific picture. “This reflects the opinion of sociologists, theologians, philosophers and there is an opportunity to hear the position of those who hold those or other religious beliefs” – said Vladimir Ivanov, the head of the department for relations with religious associations of the St. Petersburg government.
Upon completion of the interregional conference with international participation in Tomsk, at the invitation of mufti Farit-Hazrat Mingaleev, the Head of Centralized Religious Organization of Muslims “Baikal muftiat”, the delegation of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia headed by mufti Albir-khazrat Krganov delegation arrived in Irkutsk to attend the Interregional Conference “The spiritual heritage of Islam as a factor in strengthening peace and the development of interfaith relations.”
The main prize is a going on pilgrimage to Umrah in the month of Ramadan!
Ways of participation - just your wish. The participation is open to anyone who wishes regardless of age.
In Volgograd Oblast the scientific-practical ethnoconfessional conference on the topic: “Our homeland is Russia, our city is Volzhsky! We are the one” was held. The co-organizer of the conference was regional organizations and the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia.
A delegation of SAMR took part in the work of the conference. The delegation consisted from Qadi, the deputy mufti of Moscow Ilnur-hazrat Gainutdinov, Imam-Mukhtasib of the Moscow Oblast Daud-hazrat Mukhutdinov, the deputy Chairman of the Mukhtasibat Assembly of the Moscow Oblast Muhammad Gitinov, as well as the head of the Ethnonational Problems Agency, professor Alexander Kobrinsky.
Ministry of foreign affairs of Russia will distribute the final document and resolution of the International conference “Ways to achieve inter-religious peace: the role of theologians, diplomats and public figures” during the current 73th session of the UN General Assembly
In addition, both documents will be distributed by Russian diplomats in the UN Human Rights Council, the OSCE, the Council of Europe and UNESCO. Mufti, the head of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia Albir hazrat Krganov was informed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mikhail Bogdanov of the relevant decision of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S.Lavrov. According to experts of international affairs, the Conference successfully solved the tasks set by the co-organizers and became a prominent stage in the ongoing activities in Russia to promote dialogue in the interests of harmonizing interfaith relations, ensuring freedom of religion and countering terrorism and extremism.
First of all, I want to say that all of us were shocked by the recent tragic events occurred the other day in the New Zealand mosques. Let me announce a minute of silence in mourning of our innocently killed fellow believers, as well as people of other religions innocently killed in different parts of the world.
Thank you. Dear friends, we begin our conference with a minute of silence to mourn the innocent people killed in an act of atrocity that has no excuse and forgiveness. I hope that our forum, which has brought together representatives of world religions from 39 foreign countries and various regions of Russia at this round table, will express its negative attitude to terrorism and to attempts to use religion to justify murder and violence, and will unite the world community and all people of good faith in the fight against terrorism.