Organisation of Islamic Cooperation reaffirms Kashmiri people’s right to self-determination

Organisation of Islamic Cooperation  reaffirms Kashmiri people's right to self-determination
UNITED NATIONS: Foreign Ministers of Moslem countries have immersed the resolution of the decades-old geographical area dispute between Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Asian country.

At their annual coordination meeting on Friday, the foreign ministers of fifty seven member states of the Organisation of Moslem Cooperation (OIC) adopted the reports of varied OIC Contact teams, together with the one on Jammu and geographical area, that reaffirmed the correct to self-determination of the Kashmiri individuals in accordance with the relevant global organization Security Council (UNSC) resolutions.

The meeting was chaired by Arab chief district Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, secretary of state of Kuwait and was attended by foreign ministers of member states and also the Secretary General of OIC.

A special feature of this year’s meeting was the holding of AN emergency meeting on Al-Quds, that adopted a resolution condemnatory the Israeli incursion into Al-Aqsa place of worship, its practices to judaize the town of Al-Quds and business on the UNSC to require charge of its responsibility to prevent these measures.
On Kashmir, Sartaj Aziz stressed that Jammu and geographical area was among the oldest unresolved international disputes still lingering on within the world organization
He conjointly reaffirmed Pakistan’s robust support to the legitimate Palestinian struggle to recover their occupied territories and condemned the recent Israeli attack on Al-Aqsa place of worship complicated and urged the world organization to act against Israel’s breach of this holy Muslim web site.

He welcome the world organization resolution of Sept ten, 2015, that allowed flying of the Palestinian flag at world organization Offices throughout the planet.

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