Caucasus Muslim spiritual leader to visit Turkey

1 February 2014 - 2:14pm

Caucasian Muslim spiritual leader Sheikh-ul-Islam Allahshukyur Pashazade is going to visit Turkey in order to take part in the 17th Eurasian economic summit, Azerbaijani news agency Trend reports.

In the framework of his visit to Turkey, Pashazade is expected to meet with Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I.

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