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VIENNA, April 17 /TASS/. Muslims in Crimea do not face any problems in their religious life, Deputy Mufti of Crimea Ayder Ismailov told TASS on Friday.
According to Ismailov, who took part in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) conference on freedom of assemblies and associations in the member countries, all the religious educational establishments on the peninsula were expected to finish the registration formalities by the start of a new academic year.
"As for the situation in the religious sphere and religious education, there are no problems here. For the moment, all the mosques are open," Ismailov said.