OIC convenes extraordinary session on Afghan disaster on Sunday


ISLAMABAD:

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has determined to convene a unprecedented session of the OIC Executive Meeting in Saudi Arabia’s metropolis Jeddah on Sunday to debate the evolving scenario in Afghanistan, the OIC secretary common knowledgeable Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday.

OIC Secretary General Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen, in a telephonic dialog, apprised FM Qureshi that the assembly would collect ambassadors and everlasting representatives to deliberate on the quickly altering scenario in Afghanistan.

The overseas minister underscored that Pakistan would proceed to play its constructive function in selling sustainable peace and stability in Afghanistan, the overseas workplace mentioned in a press release.

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The minister expressed the hope that each one Afghan events would work for an inclusive political settlement. “The success of negotiations in Kabul would not only benefit Afghanistan, but also the region,” he added.

FM Qureshi careworn on the significance of guaranteeing the security, safety and safety of the rights of Afghan individuals.

He emphasised that it was crucial for the worldwide neighborhood to stay engaged with Afghanistan by supporting the nation’s economic system, reconstruction, rehabilitation and humanitarian wants.

It was additionally vital for the Muslim Ummah to indicate its conventional solidarity with the Afghan individuals of their quest for a peaceable, united, secure and affluent Afghanistan, he added.

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Noting the importance of efforts in direction of establishing an inclusive authorities, the overseas minister warned about spoilers inside and outdoors Afghanistan, who needed to reap the benefits of the scenario within the nation.

FM Qureshi highlighted the function performed by Pakistan in facilitating the evacuation and relocation of personnel of diplomatic missions, worldwide organisations, media and others from Afghanistan.

He expressed the hope that the talks in Kabul would succeed, resulting in an inclusive and participatory authorities that might carry lasting peace, progress and prosperity to Afghanistan.

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