United Religions as an intergovernmental organization has its aim to provide a forum for the rapprochement of religions and cultural differences, the development of interfaith cooperation, mutual understanding between religions, and the cessation of religious violence; while providing a platform for intergovernmental interaction and conflict resolution beyond traditional diplomacy. United Religions brings together spiritual leaders and representatives of world religions to develop international cooperation and strengthen the values of justice, tolerance, peace and respect in society.
United Religions was founded and registered in Switzerland in 2018, with headquarters in Geneva. The initiative for its creation belongs to Mr. Akif Gilalov, head of the World Congress of Mountain Jews, founder and chairman of the Worlds Global Telecom, president of the ZAR group of companies.
The activities of the intergovernmental organization United Religions were supported by the world religious leaders: Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the Secretary General of the Islam World League Dr. Mohammad Abdulkarim Al-Issa, Chairman of the World Muslim Communities Council Dr. Ali Rashid Al-Nuaimi and authoritative world-known rabbis during personal audiences with United Religions delegates.