Russia’s iceland religion to host new religion exhibition at the Kremlin

Russia’s national religious organization will host a new exhibition of religious artifacts and relics in Moscow on April 4, the government said on Wednesday.

The exhibition is part of a campaign to highlight the achievements of religious institutions in the former Soviet republics, which Russia annexed in 2014.

The Russian Orthodox Church, which was founded in the 15th century, has been criticized for its harsh and oppressive rule in the country.

It was the target of a nationwide boycott in 2016.