The possibilities of international investment in Ukraine from representatives of Muslim states were discussed at the meeting.
The newly elected President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a meeting with the spiritual leaders of the Muslims of Ukraine. This is reported by the press service of Zelensky.
The meeting was attended by Sheikh Ahmed Tamim, Chairman of the Religious Administration of Muslims of Ukraine, the mufti of Ukraine; Ayder Rustemov, Mufti of the Religious Administration of Muslims of Crimea; Sheikh Said Ismagilov and Mufti of the Religious Administration of Muslims of Ukraine “Ummah”.
The possibilities of international investment in Ukraine from representatives of Muslim states were discussed at the meeting. Zelensky stressed that he was personally ready to become a guarantor of investments within the framework of his authority.
Sheikh Said Ismagilov wrote on his Facebook page that during the meeting they spoke about the importance of religious rights and freedoms declared in the Constitution and laws of Ukraine, the active participation of Muslims in protecting the unity and freedom of Ukraine, as well as arrests and violations of rights and freedoms Muslims in the occupied territories of the Crimea and the Donbass.
Zelensky called on representatives of different religions to support him in uniting the country. The newly elected President stressed the need to start a constructive and frank dialogue with all citizens of Ukraine, in particular in the temporarily occupied territories of the Crimea and the Donbass.
“I urge representatives of various religions and religious denominations to support us with this initiative – to begin a dialogue with Ukrainians who are currently in the temporarily occupied territories. We believe that this is the first possible step for returning them home to Ukraine,” noted Zelensky.
In addition, the religious leaders of Ukrainian Muslims congratulated Volodymyr Zelensky on his election as President of Ukraine and noted the great responsibility to the people of different nationalities and religions.