The world summit of religious leaders is planned to be held in Moscow from 4 to 5 July, the Caucasus Moslem Board (CMB) told Trend.
CMB noted that the organization of the forum was discussed at the meeting of Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, with the heads of the Azerbaijani religious communities. Putin supported the idea, put forward by Alexy II, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
At the meeting the Russian President was rewarded with Sheik-ul-islam order, set by Allahshukur Pashazade, the head of the Caucasus Moslem Board, in 2005. The order consists of two eight-point stars, set on each other. There is azure circle in the center of the order, where such Islamic symbols as the Sun and the Moon, as well as white dove and two roses are reflected. The order is made of rubies and white gold.
The order was first granted to Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev posthumously.