Iftar was served on behalf of Leyla Aliyeva, Vice President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation in Moscow.
According to PA's Moscow correspondent, the iftar table attended by more than 1,500 people took place within the framework of the "Azerbaijan Evening" held in the Ramadan tent set up in "Poklannaya Gora" with the support of the Spiritual Department of Moscow Muslims and the support of the Spiritual Department of Russian Muslims and the Moscow government.
This year's night is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the national leader of the Azerbaijani people, Heydar Aliyev.
Deputy mufti of Moscow Marat Hazrat Arslanov, who spoke at "Azerbaijan Evening", expressed his gratitude to the Russian representative office of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation on behalf of the Moscow Spiritual Department: "The foundation has been organizing an iftar table in the Ramadan tent for many years.
The cultural programs presented on this iftar evening are very interesting and interesting.
People who come for Iftar enjoy it a lot.
They get acquainted with the culture of Azerbaijan, get to know the people more closely, and begin to love these people and their traditions.
I am sure that the people participating in the iftar will have a desire to visit Azerbaijan."
Anas Hazrat Mammadov, the director of the Muslim religious school in Moscow, said that it is not easy to gather so many people together in Moscow, the center of Russia, to show so many people the beautiful cuisine and traditions of our country, our nation: "This is a big event.
It is a great honor for us that the Heydar Aliyev Foundation has been doing this work in Moscow for several years."
Within the framework of the event, a letter of thanks was presented to Leyla Aliyeva, vice-president of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, on behalf of Ildar Alyautdinov, the mufti of Moscow, the chief imam of the Moscow Friday Mosque, for her high value on religious and spiritual values and her organizational, creative and moral support for the project.
In addition, on behalf of the Spiritual Administration of Russian Muslims, the chairman of the "Ahli-Bayt" religious organization of Moscow, Nizami Baloglanova, was presented with the "Al-Fakhr" order of honor.
Later, the call to prayer was read by the cleric, and Moscow Muslims broke the fast.
National samples of Azerbaijani cuisine were presented to them.
During the night, the "Buta" trio performed pieces of Azerbaijani mugham and music, and the students of the Muslim school presented theatrical scenes about the life of the Prophet Muhammad.
It should be noted that the Russian representative office of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation has been participating in the "Ramadan tent" project organized in Moscow for 17 years.
"Ramadan tent" is an important project of the Council of Muftis of Russia, which unites representatives of many peoples who live in Moscow and worship Islam, and is implemented with the aim of strengthening relations between them.