Interfaith Council Will Discuss Aftermath of Beslan Terrorist Attack

September 22, 2004

Source: Novosti

On September 22, 2004 Novosti reported, "A regular session of the Russian Interfaith Council will be held on Wednesday evening at the Moscow Patriarchate's Pilgrim Center. 'It is planned to discuss the consequences of the terrorist attack in Beslan,' Roman Silantyev, the council's executive secretary, told RIA Novosti, 'the activity of the Krishnaites, preparations for the first session of the Executive Committee of the CIS Interfaith Council and other urgent issues'...The council is a public organization which unites the heads of the four leading religions in Russian: Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism."