Ali Erbash, head of religious affairs in Turkey, met with the Mufti of Bulgaria, Mustafa Haji Alish.
According to the Diyanet statement, Arbash met Mufti Alish and the accompanying delegation in his office.
Emphasizing that Bulgaria is one of the countries with which they work most closely, Erbash stated that they perform religious rituals in unity and solidarity through consultation.
Giving information about the work of the Presidency of Religious Affairs, Erbaş said, “We hope that the work of our Presidency will continue to grow in the country and abroad.” Use phrases.
Chief Mufti Alış thanked Mr. Erbaş for his hospitality and conveyed his condolences to Turkey over the earthquake.
Explaining that he likens Islamic studies in the world to the human body, Alış said: “We see the religion of Turkey as the great vein. It gives blood to everyone and keeps everyone alive in some way. We are trying to continue our service as much as we can from the side.” He evaluated it.
Noting that they take Turkey and the Presidency of Religious Affairs as an example, Alish stressed that Bulgaria will continue to follow the Turkish religion.
After the speeches, Chief Mufti Alish handed over the aid received by the Muslims in the Republic of Bulgaria to Arbash.
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