• The Ministry of culture and the Russian Orthodox Church to resume the work of the Commission for settlement of conflicts

  • Commission for the resolution of conflicts between the Church and Museum will resume its work, said the vicar of the Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, Bishop mark Tikhon. This was reported on The Ministry of culture of Russia.

    "For some time we have ceased to pay attention to this organization and now again decided that she will be betrayed by a dynamic and official status", — explained the representative of the Russian Orthodox Church.

    Bishop Tikhon discussed the work of the Commission with the head of the Ministry of culture Vladimir Medinsky. The meeting was held in the framework of the festival "Intermuseum-2017" in Moscow "Manege".

    "We need to find and install an ongoing dialogue, support dialogue between the Church and the community," said Medina.

    It is noted that the first meeting of the Commission will be held in the near future. It will be headed by the Director of the State historical Museum Alexei Levykin and Archpriest Leonid Kalinin.

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