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Azerbaijan culture minister praises higher Committee of Human Fraternity for carrying out crucial initiatives in post-covid era

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BAKU, AZERBAIJAN – Azerbaijan’s Culture Minister Anar Karimov praised the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity (HCHF) on Friday, commending its initiatives as being crucial to human progress in the post-COVID era. The remarks came during a meeting between Minister Karimov and HCHF Secretary-General Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam at the Ministry of Culture,
“Your organization is doing crucial work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be the ministry’s privilege to participate in any activities the HCHF organizes, especially those related to culture and youth,” said Minister Karimov.

For his part, Judge Abdelsalam applauded Azerbaijan for being a living example of respect for diversity, interfaith dialogue, and peaceful coexistence.

“Azerbaijan’s dedication to fostering multiculturalism and tolerance is evident, especially in its hosting of the Global Baku Forum, which united leaders and experts from around the world to help address political, economic, social, and cultural challenges on the international, national, and local levels,” said Judge Abdelsalam, who participated on Thursday in the forum, held under the patronage of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.

Judge Abdelsalam discussed the Abrahamic Family House, an HCHF initiative that is a first-of-its-kind multifaith complex in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, hosting a mosque, church, synagogue, and educational center.

“The Abrahamic Family House will be a beacon of harmonious coexistence and serve as a powerful platform for inspiring understanding and acceptance between people of goodwill,” said Judge Abdelsalam.

Minister Karimov extolled the Abrahamic Family House initiative as a “unique interfaith and intercultural landmark.”

Judge Abdelsalam invited Minister Karimov to submit his nomination for the Zayed Award for Human Fraternity 2022, an independent international award recognizing outstanding work by individuals and entities who are advancing human progress and peaceful coexistence.

Judge Abdelsalam also extended an invitation for Minister Karimov to attend the International Day of Human Fraternity celebration and Zayed Award for Human Fraternity award ceremony on February 4, 2022. Minister Karimov said he would be pleased to attend.

November 14 2021

BAKU, AZERBAIJAN – Azerbaijan’s Culture Minister Anar Karimov praised the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity (HCHF) on Friday, commending its initiatives as being crucial to human progress in the post-COVID era. The remarks came during a meeting between Minister Karimov and HCHF Secretary-General Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam at the Ministry of Culture,
“Your organization is doing crucial work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be the ministry’s privilege to participate in any activities the HCHF organizes, especially those related to culture and youth,” said Minister Karimov.

For his part, Judge Abdelsalam applauded Azerbaijan for being a living example of respect for diversity, interfaith dialogue, and peaceful coexistence.

“Azerbaijan’s dedication to fostering multiculturalism and tolerance is evident, especially in its hosting of the Global Baku Forum, which united leaders and experts from around the world to help address political, economic, social, and cultural challenges on the international, national, and local levels,” said Judge Abdelsalam, who participated on Thursday in the forum, held under the patronage of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.

Judge Abdelsalam discussed the Abrahamic Family House, an HCHF initiative that is a first-of-its-kind multifaith complex in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, hosting a mosque, church, synagogue, and educational center.

“The Abrahamic Family House will be a beacon of harmonious coexistence and serve as a powerful platform for inspiring understanding and acceptance between people of goodwill,” said Judge Abdelsalam.

Minister Karimov extolled the Abrahamic Family House initiative as a “unique interfaith and intercultural landmark.”

Judge Abdelsalam invited Minister Karimov to submit his nomination for the Zayed Award for Human Fraternity 2022, an independent international award recognizing outstanding work by individuals and entities who are advancing human progress and peaceful coexistence.

Judge Abdelsalam also extended an invitation for Minister Karimov to attend the International Day of Human Fraternity celebration and Zayed Award for Human Fraternity award ceremony on February 4, 2022. Minister Karimov said he would be pleased to attend.

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