OIC Chief terms OIC CFM meeting great success
ISLAMABAD, DEC 20 (DNA) — Organization of Islamic Cooperation secretary-general Hissein Brahim Taha has termed the 17th extraordinary meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) of OIC, a great success in resolving the looming humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
Talking to the media at Islamabad International Airport before his departure, the OIC Secretary General expressed gratitude to the people and the government of Pakistan for their hospitality.
The secretary-general said Ambassador Tarig Ali Bakheet has been appointed as a special envoy for Afghanistan who will coordinate with stakeholders to provide assistance to the interim Afghan government in view of humanitarian crises.
Hissein Brahim Taha said the newly appointed envoy for Afghanistan has made his first contact with the Afghan delegation yesterday. He expressed hope that the whole world will play a role in providing funds for humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan.
Speaking on the occasion Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib said Extraordinary Meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of OIC in Pakistan will open a new chapter of engagement with Afghanistan.
He expressed hope that decisions made in the meeting will be implemented. He thanked all the delegations for attending the meeting. Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan was also present on the occasion. =DNA
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