OIC Council of Foreign Ministers Forty-Fifth Session in Dhaka
OIC Council of Foreign Ministers Forty-Fifth Session in Dhaka: Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Othaimeen, the OIC Secretary General, Abul Hassan Mahood Ali the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh, Marcel Amon Tanoh the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Côte d’Ivoire, President of the current session of the Council of Ministers Foreign Minister, as well as a number of Foreign Ministers of Member States, and the special guest of the Conference, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Canada, Chrystia Freeland addressed the inaugural session of 45th OIC Council of Foreign Ministers.
Meeting included a brainstorming session on the humanitarian situation in the Islamic world, with special emphasis on the current situation of the Rohingya minority.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali said Muslim World is currently confronted with tremendous challenges, including Islamophobia, extremism, inequality, the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, and terrorism.
Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir stressed that the underlined need to support the Rohingya Minority.
Turkey’s Deputy Foreign Minister Bekir Bozdag insisted on the need to root out extremism, put an end to the Syrian Crisis, and eradicate all terrorist groups.
Senegal Foreign Minister Sidiki Kaba highlighted the recurrent of Israeli violations against the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, a source of great concern. He called for putting an end to the political crises in Yemen, Syria, Libya and Central Africa, and for establishing mechanisms to guarantee the non-recurrence of these violations.
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, who participated in the session as Special Guest said she considered as ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Minority must be stopped.
Pakistan Foreign Secretary
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua says without resolving disputes, the dreams of economic growth and stability in the region and beyond will remain unfulfilled.
In her speech at the 45th session OIC Council of Foreign Ministers in Dhaka, Bangladesh with the theme “Islamic values for sustainable peace, solidarity and development”, Tehmina Janjua reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to continue efforts to achieve this goal.
Tehmina Janjua emphasized that OIC fraternity must redouble its efforts to coordinate more closely and reach out to important constituencies in the Western world to halt the negative developments that are aimed at defaming our religion.
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