Hoj. Mahmoud Marvian, the director of the Islamic Research Foundation, stressed the importance of Islamic and religious cooperation between Iran and Kyrgyzstan, as well as all Central Asian countries.
“This center announces its readiness to translate its works into Russian for the use of Central Asian nations, and will provide them with the Astan Quds Razavi’s rich resources,” he said.
He stated that Salafism and extremism are currently on the rise in the Central Asian region and that “the concerns of the Islamic nations are also our concerns,” and therefore, these fake sects must be weakened anyway.
“We have no problem in exchanging information, and whatever resources needed will be provided to Kyrgyzstan. In fact, the important point is to promote pure Islam, which protects the countries,” he noted.
Dr. Qader Malekov, also expressed hope that the works of the Islamic Research Foundation would be translated into Russian and Kyrgyz, the principal language of the Central Asian people.