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Chechnya approves law allowing hijab in schools
Chechnya approves law allowing hijab in schools

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Moscow does not have 'single' position on hijab

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The Chechen parliament has approved a law allowing children to wear religious symbols, including the hijab in schools.

The change is expected to contribute to an increase in the effectiveness of educational institutions, according to a statement from the parliament.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Friday that Moscow does not have a "single" position on hijabs.

Peskov said there was no "standard" approach on the issue, adding: "These topics are regulated in different countries in various ways."

He added Russia is a multiethnic and secular country. 



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