ISLAMABAD: All the arrangements to welcome the foreign delegates of OIC Foreign Minister’s extraordinary conference in Islamabad on Sunday have been finalized.
The Constitution Avenue and all the prominent places in the twin cities along the route of foreign dignitaries have been decorated.
Special teams to receive the OIC foreign ministers and other dignitaries have also been formed.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the convenor of the OIC Conference.
Talking to state media in Islamabad Thursday, Assistant Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Tariq Ali Bakheet says the extraordinary session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers to be held in Islamabad on Sunday will adopt a clear strategy to deal with the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
He said the OIC meeting, in this regard, will adopt a very important comprehensive resolution.
Tariq Ali Bakheet said the forum is very serious and committed to supporting the Afghan people in this critical time.
He said the conference is going to give OIC a leading role in helping the Afghan people in order to alleviate their suffering in terms of humanitarian medical supplies and assistance in all domains. He said the OIC is going to mobilize its all financial institutions and member states to get more resources to support the country.
About Pakistan’s role toward peace and stability in Afghanistan, the OIC Assistant Secretary-General said Pakistan is the founding member of the OIC.
He said Pakistan played a very important role in the solidarity of the Muslim Ummah, and Pakistan’s offer to host this meeting is a clear testimony to its commitment to Islamic solidarity.
He said Pakistan is also committed to regional security and international security.
Meanwhile, India, which plays the role of spoiler in Afghanistan and is politicizing the miseries of Afghans, has been isolated on all major diplomatic developments on Afghanistan and the region.
New Delhi has been playing a deceitful role in Afghanistan and is not in favor of peace and stability in Afghanistan and the region. TF Report