A two-day program of commemorative events dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the outstanding shahid of our time Akhmad-Hadji Kadyrov ended today in North Macedonia.
Yesterday a delegation of European Muslim leaders met with the Mufti of North Macedonia Sheikh Shakir Fetai in the capital city of Skopje. This Balkan state has 800 mosques and is home to over 1 million Muslims, making up almost half of the country's population. During the meeting, they spoke about the experience of interaction and peaceful coexistence of Christians and Muslims, about interfaith harmony, which was a very important part of the legacy of Akhmat-haji Kadyrov.
A delegation of Muslim leaders from eight countries of the European continent also visited the city of Tetovo, the second largest in North Macedonia, whose population is 85% Muslim, where the country's most famous mosque, Aladzha Jami, is located, as well as the largest Sufi monastery in the Balkans, Kharabati Baba Tekke. ... In this monastery of the Sufi brotherhood, a collective dua was read for Akhmat-Hadji Kadyrov and for other outstanding martyrs of our days. Also, an agreement was reached with the municipal authorities on the creation of the Monument of Friendship of the Peoples of the Balkans and the Caucasus. Akhmat-khadzhi Kadyrov in the city of Tetovo.
Today, June 8, in the historic center of Skopje, in the capital of Macedonia, in the famous hotel Bushi, an international conference dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Akhmat-Hadji Kadyrov was held: "Without mutual respect, interethnic and interreligious peace is impossible." The conference was attended by representatives from all regions of North Macedonia and eight European states. The event talked about the experience of such Muslim leaders as the leader of the Chechen people Akhmat-Haji Kadyrov, the leader of the Bosnian Muslims Aliya Izetbegovic, the leader of the Macedonian Albanians Ali Akhmeti, who, in the most difficult times of hostilities, proved their loyalty to their religion and nation, and then, having established peace, moved on to creation by interacting with the Orthodox Slavic population and reaching mutual understanding and reconciliation with it.
The conference participants decided to name one of the city parks in the capital of the country "Friendship Park named after Akhmat-Hadji Kadyrov", the relevant documents were sent to the Skopje City Hall. Three prominent historical figures are buried in this park: Sheikh of Dagestani from the Caucasus, Sheikh Chelebi and a Bosnian princess who converted to Islam.
The final of this complex of events was the reception of the delegation led by the head of the European Muslim Forum Abdul-Vahed Niyazov in the Parliament of the Republic of North Macedonia, where they were received by the chairman of the People's Assembly, who is a Muslim, Talat Jaferi. He stressed the great importance of the events held for the Macedonian Ummah and their fraternal relations with other Muslim peoples of Europe, including the people of the Chechen Republic. It should be noted that Talat Jaferi himself also participated in hostilities, was the commander of the Muslim militia in his country, however, together with other leaders of the Muslims of Macedonia, he managed to find a common language with the opposite side, the Orthodox Slavic population, and today he is the second person in the leadership of the Republic. North Macedonia. Muslims of the Republic of North Macedonia remember and value the mission of Akhmad-Khadzhi Kadyrov - like their other compatriots.