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13th Conference on Interfaith Dialogue kicks off in Qatari capital
Doha, Feb. 20, 2018 / Kabar /. The 13th Conference on Interfaith Dialogue has started in Doha under the patronage of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of the State of Qatar. The conference brought together representatives of more than 80 countries representing all the major religions of the world - Christianity, Islam and Judaism. In his welcoming speech, Qatar's Foreign Minister Soltan bin Saad Al-Muraikhi said that the purpose of this Conference is to promote interreligious consensus and protect human rights regardless of religion. Director of Qatar Center for Islamic Contribution to Civilization at the Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, a college of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), Dr. Aisha Al Mannai said that the participants from many countries in the world came to the Conference, where the issue of inter-confessional consent and dialogue is studied and is exemplary in our time. Deputy Chairman of the Parliament of Tunisia Abdel Fattah Muro, professor of the United College Hebrew Rabbi Firestone, Metropolitan of Tbilisi, professor of Comparative Theology of the State University of Georgia Malkhaz Songulashvili, as well as head of the International Center for Interfaith Dialogue in Doha, Professor Ibrahim Saleh Al-Naimi addressed the conference. In their speeches, they stressed the growing need for interfaith dialogue and the protection of the rights of believers, regardless of their religious affiliation. Representatives of Central Asian countries also take part in the Conference. Kyrgyzstan at the Conference is represented by Mufti of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan Maksatbek aji Toktomushev and Kyrgyz Ambassador to the State of Qatar Nuran Niyazaliev. Kubanychbek Taabaldiev, the director of Kabar News Agency, was also invited to the Conference. Except participating in the work of the Conference, representatives of Kyrgyzstan intend to meet and negotiate with official representatives of the State of Qatar, including the leadership of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Qatar, Qatar News Agency and Al Jazeera TV.
 
Heydar Aliyev Center hosts conference on “Benefits of hosting major sports events - 2018”
Baku, February 13, AZERTAC An international conference on “Benefits of hosting major sports events - 2018” has been held at Heydar Aliyev Center. The event was co-organized by Baku City Circuit Operations Company (BCC) and Azerbaijan Automobile Federation. Representatives of government bodies, business and service companies, as well as high-ranking officials from Sochi Grand Prix and journalists participated in the international conference, which was organized for the first time in the CIS and in the whole region. In her remarks, Nigar Arpadarai, Head of Marketing and Communications Department at Baku City Circuit, underlined the importance of the conference and pointed out its contribution to the development of business in Azerbaijan. Addressing the conference, Minister of Youth and Sports of Azerbaijan Azad Rahimov highlighted the works done in the sphere of development of sports in Azerbaijan, noting that Azerbaijan has rich experience in hosting major sporting events. Speaking at the conference, Minister of Culture and Tourism Abulfas Garayev emphasized the tourism potential of Azerbaijan and the contribution of international events to the development of this sphere. In his remarks, Chief Executive Officer of Formula 1 Group Chase Carey noted that the Grand Prix of Azerbaijan is different from other kind of sport events in terms of its high interest and excellent organization. He also spoke of general goals and future trends of Formula 1. Vice President of Azerbaijan Airlines Eldar Hajiyev highlighted the opportunities of the Heydar Aliyev International Airport, speaking about the benefits of hosting international sports event, the positive results of the large-scale competitions and the state of the business ready for it. The conference then continued with panel discussions.
 
Azerbaijan to increase tea plantations up to 3,000 hectares by 2027
Baku, February 13, AZERTAC As a result of implementation of state program, tea harvesting is planned to be increased by 10.96 times in Azerbaijan by 2027, according to the State Program for the Development of Tea Industry for 2018-2027, approved by Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev. According to the state program, for the first time, tea was planted in Azerbaijan in the late 19th century, its scientific cultivation began in 1929. By the end of the 1980s, the area of tea plantations in the country reached 13,400 hectares and tea production – 34,500 tons. The population’s need for tea was ensured by 65-70 percent through domestic production. The studies carried out in those years showed that an area of about 21,000 hectares is suitable for planting tea in Azerbaijan. According to the state program, since the 1990s tea production in Azerbaijan began to gradually decline and by 2010, 587 hectares accounted for the sown area, while the production volume – 545 tons. This situation began to improve only in 2016. By 2017 the area of tea plantations doubled up to 1,114.3 hectares and tea production increased by 42.2 percent up to 775.2 tons. The implementation of the state program will make it possible to increase the area of tea plantations up to 3,000 hectares and tea harvesting – 8,500 tons. This will greatly reduce import dependence, as well as increase the export potential of this sector. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed an order approving the State Program for the Development of Tea Industry for 2018-2027. According to the order, the state program is approved to develop tea growing, increase the export potential in this industry, and ensure the employment of rural population.
 
President Ilham Aliyev received Formula 1 Group CEO
Baku, February 13, AZERTAC President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today received Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of the Formula 1 Group Chase Carey. The sides hailed the fact that the Formula One races were excellently organized and held in Azerbaijan, adding, that this event had greatly contributed to creating good opportunities for a lot of people to closely familiarize themselves with the re-development works carried out in Baku, as well as increase of tourist flow to Azerbaijan. The issues related to the upcoming Formula-1 races due in Baku in April 2018 were largely focused on during the meeting.
 
Russian Black Sea Navy Musical Band performs in Bishkek
Bishkek, Feb.13, 2018 / Kabar /. A concert by the Black Sea Navy Musical Band of the Russian Federation took place in Bishkek today in the Great Hall of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (KRSU) named after B. Yeltsin. The speech was organized by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation with the support of the Russian Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Partnership Office in the Kyrgyz Republic in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Red Army. The program of the concert included all genres of musical and choreographic art, Russian and foreign classics, old sailors 'and soldiers' songs, modern songs about Russia and the Naval Forces.
 
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