On 4 November 2019, a reception given on behalf of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in honour of the heads of delegations attending the 2nd Summit of World Religious Leaders in Baku took place at the Geidar Aliyev Cultural Centre.
November 14, 2019 – the Second Summit of World Religious Leaders has opened in the Congress Center in Baku. Timed for the 70th birthday of the chairman of the Caucasus Muslim Board (CMB), Sheikh-ul-Islam Allahshuqur Pasha-zade, and the 40th anniversary of his service as the CMB chairman, it has been…
On 14th November 2019, the 2nd Summit of World Religious Leaders began its work in Baku. His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia delivered an address.
On October 25, 2019, Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, head of the Moscow Patriarchate department for external church relations (DECR), met in New York with President of the Appeal of Conscience foundation Rabbi Arthur Schneier in this study at Park East Synagogue.
On October 4, 2019, the Presidential Council for Cooperation with Religious Associations held a regular meeting chaired by the head of the Presidential Administration A. Vaino.
The 6th International Interreligious Youth Forum began its work in Manas, Republic of Dagestan, on 30 September 2019.
The school was destroyed during the war in Syria and restored through the efforts of the Interreligious Working Group for the Aid to the Population of Syria of the Council for Cooperation with Religious Associations under the President of Russia.
On 22nd September 2019, a delegation of the Interreligious Working Group for the Aid to the Population of Syria of the Council for Cooperation with Religious Associations under the President of Russia began its visit to Damascus.
On 10th September 2019, a conference on “The Family and Family Values in Traditional Religions of Russia.
From August 20-23, Religions for Peace International held its 10th Assembly, at Lindau, Germany. It was attended by about 900 representatives of religious communities, political, international and other organizations of various levels from 125 countries. The theme was ‘Caring for our Common Future – Advancing Shared Well-being’.