New mission of the Kremlin, Orthodox Church

  • 2006-04-12
  • By Victor Yasmann
RFE/RL - In particular, the 10th World Council of Russian People, an umbrella organization of national patriotic and public organizations, focused on two topics at a recent convention: the Russian Orthodox Church's interpretation of human rights and Russia's mission in the 21st century. The council, created in 1993, brings together Russians from home and abroad and is under the aegis of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Kremlin. Opening the council on April 4, Patriarch Aleksy II, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, set the anti-globalization and anti-Western tone of the event. H...
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