The 57-member Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) pledged on Sunday to assist obtain peace in Afghanistan and stated its future leaders should guard in opposition to permitting the nation for use as a yard for worldwide militancy.
The organisation urged “the future Afghan leadership” and the worldwide neighborhood to work collectively to make sure that Afghanistan is rarely once more used as a platform or secure haven for “terrorists”.
“Terrorist organisations are not allowed to have a foothold (in Afghanistan),” stated a last communique, issued after the Saudi Arabia-based organisation held a particular assembly known as by Riyadh to debate the scenario within the war-torn nation.
The physique’s calls and selections are largely symbolic, however it exhibits distrust in direction of the Taliban who took over Kabul final week, and the way some Muslim international locations are involved in regards to the new actuality on the bottom in Afghanistan.
The assertion known as on Afghan events to resolve their variations “peacefully”.
On Saturday, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Quresho held telephonic dialog with OIC Secretary General Al-Othaimeen, in keeping with an announcement issued by the Foreign Office.
Qureshi underscored the significance of making certain security, safety and safety of the rights of the Afghan individuals.
The international minister had stated that it was vital for the Muslim world to point out solidarity with Afghan individuals of their quest for a “peaceful, united, stable and prosperous” Afghanistan. “The success of negotiations in Kabul would not only benefit Afghanistan but also the region.”
Noting the importance of efforts in direction of establishing an inclusive authorities, the international minister warned of the spoilers inside and out of doors Afghanistan, who wished to make the most of the scenario within the nation.
The OIC secretary common had apprised the international minister of a rare OIC govt assembly that was held in Jeddah on the degree of ambassadors/everlasting representatives.
(With enter from News Desk)