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The Mufti of Tatarstan spoke at the opening of the World Halal Summit

23 November 2023

Today, the Mufti of the Republic of Tatarstan Kamil Hazrat Samigullin spoke at the opening of the 9th World Halal Summit, which takes place in Istanbul on November 23-25.

The Mufti greeted the summit participants on behalf of the Muslims of Tatarstan and, first of all, expressed deep condolences to the Palestinian people, who are being subjected to inhumane crimes by Israel. Afterwards, the spiritual leader shared his experience in developing the halal industry and implementing the HalalLifeStyle concept in Tatarstan.

“Tatarstan’s Muslim infrastructure is one of the largest in the country. There are more than one and a half thousand mosques, eight madrassas, two Islamic universities and the Bulgarian Islamic Academy. In 2019, by the decision of Rustam Minnikhanov, Chairman of the Strategic Vision Group “Russia – Islamic World”, the concept of “Halal way of life” was launched in the Republic of Tatarstan,” said Kamil Hazrat Samigullin.

In his speech, the Mufti highly appreciated the work of the Halal Standards Committee of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Tatarstan, calling it one of the most principled and multidisciplinary organizations for certification in the field of Halal in Russia, an institution that has won the trust of foreign colleagues.

Kamil khazrat Samigullin drew attention to the development of Islamic finance in Tatarstan. On September 1, an experiment on the introduction of Islamic finance was launched in Russia. Four regions were chosen for the experiment. By the time the experiment started, Tatarstan managed to create a solid portfolio of projects in the field of Islamic finance.

“Today in our Republic, specialists of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Tatarstan in cooperation with 7 financial institutions have developed and implemented a number of partner banking products that are already available to the residents of Tatarstan and, we can say, are able to meet most of the basic needs of the Muslim community: it is a halal mortgage, debit card, unit investment fund, leasing, charitable donations and pension savings funds”, – shared the Mufti.

The World Halal Summit, which brings together representatives from around 60 Islamic countries, is the world’s largest event that highlights the latest developments and updates related to the halal sector. The event aims to raise awareness about halal by organizing conferences where topics related to the halal industry are discussed.

Press service of the Halal Standard Committee

Photo: World Halal Summit