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Moscow hosted a Muslim VII forum "Russia and the Islamic world: the vectors of modernization in the CIS space." It was a very presentable event, as the forum gathered the Islamic elite from all the former Soviet Union, according to

The organizers strongly emphasized the relationship of this event with the idea of ??Vladimir Putin's creation of the Eurasian continent. According to the Chairman of the Russian Muftis Council Ravil Gaynutdin, Muslims of the former Soviet Union share common problems and to address them they need to work together, the publication reports.

"I am very pleased that my suggestion for the establishment of the CIS Council of Muftis has been adopted and endorsed by leaders of Muslim Religious Board of Central Asia and Kazakhstan. I am sure that we are interested in the unification of our training programs for our Muslim educational institutions, we are also interested in making fatwas - Shariah opinions on major issues and to do all of this and all Muslims to comply with these requirements of the religious boards, which will make them " -  Mufti was quoted by

"The religious and public figures and scientists gathered to discuss problems common to the entire Muslim population of the former Soviet Union. Designated agenda is of particular significance in light of the project to create a Eurasian Union, the idea that is put forward by Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev," - Bulletin of the Caucasus reported.

According to RIA Novosti, the press service of the RMC reported, that the Chairman of the Russian Muftis Council (RMC), Ravil Gaynutdin encouraged to develop uniform standards and rules for all regions of the Russian Federation for land allocation for construction of new mosques. The review was prepared by the web-site IslamRF.

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