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Important meeting in Kremlin Chairman of Russia Muftis Council mufti sheikh Ravil Gaynutdin met with the First deputy head of the Presidential Administration Vyacheslav Volodin. The meeting was attended by the deputy head of Internal policy department of the Administration Mikhail Belousov.

The meeting was devoted to the issues of cooperation between religion and state, including Crimean question, and the new status of Crimean Tatars as Russian citizens. Mufti sheikh Ravil Gaynutdin told of the results of his visit to Crimea and informed Mr Volodin of the position of Crimean Tatars, their outlook on the future of the peninsula, and maintenance of interethnic and interfaith stability in the region.

Muslim spiritual leader told of the almost twenty year long cooperation of Russia Muftis Council and the Muslim organizations of Crimea, and the plans to continue cooperation in spiritual, scientific and educational spheres. Mufti told of the reached arrangements and close-term plans for cooperation with the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Crimea.

During the meeting, Ravil Gaynutdin emphasized the role of Crimean Spiritual Administration and its head, mufti hajji Emirali Ablaev, in the consolidation of Crimean Tatar nation on the basis of centuries-old spiritual tradition.

Vyacheslav Volodin, in his turn, highly spoke of the role of mufti Ravil Gaynutdin in the unification of Muslims and thanked him on behalf of country’s leadership for his friendly visit to Crimea, which was named a keystone for future positive developments in Crimea.

During the meeting in Kremlin, parties also discussed issues of Islamic education and raising qualified specialists in accordance with the State program for education of specialists with additional training in history and culture of Islam.

April 14, 2014


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