24. Septembar 2014

Novi Pazar – Organized by the World Alliance for Peace in Seoul, the World Peace Conference in Seoul, Republic of Korea was held from September 15-20. The conference was attended by many famous personalities from the political and religious life from around the world including former state presidents, prime ministers, religious leaders and many others.

The Islamic Community of Serbia was represented at the conference by the Secretary of Sandzak Mufti Zukorlic, Edin Djerlek.

The regional conference was attended by Mufti Dr. Aziz ef. Hasanovic and Meshihat  Secretary Ma. Nermin ef. Botonjic from Croatia, Slovenian Meshihat Secretary Nevzet ef. Poric and imam Ifet ef. Suljic, from Bosnia and Herzegovina Deputy reis-ul-ulema Husein ef. Smajic and Director of Madrasah “Osman ef. Redžović “Dzenan Handzic and former member of the BiH presidency, Haris Silajdzic, as well as representatives of the Islamic Community of Kosovo and Macedonia, as well as Montenegro.

The conference began with a huge assembly in a packed Olympic Stadium in Seoul. During the conference messages of stopping violence and non-violent ways of solving disputes and maintaining peace were addressed. Over the course of the second day the working session of the conference was held, where they discussed the possibilities and methods of promoting peace and exchanged best practices from different countries and societies. While on the third day there was a walk for peace in which, in addition to participants, the citizens of Seoul attended and thus sent a strong message of peace.

The conference was concluded with the signing of the declaration of peace, which aims to raise awareness of the need to ensure mechanisms for the implementation of peace.



SANA Agency

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