OIC-CFM will further strengthen solidarity and unity among the members: Envoys
OIC-CFM to strengthen capacity of member states in working together against Islamophobia, terrorism and peace building
Ambassador of Bahrain to Pakistan Mohamed Ebrahim Mohamed Abdulqader says the upcoming session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers will strengthen the capacity of member states in working together against Islamophobia, terrorism and peacebuilding.
This he said in a video message that was shared by Foreign Office spokesperson Asim Iftikhar through Twitter handle.
In his message, Ambassador of Egypt to Pakistan Tarek Mohamed Dahroug said Egypt and Pakistan are coordinating closely to enhance the stability of the Muslim countries to face new International and regional challenges.
Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Pakistan Khazar Farhadov said in his message that the upcoming session of OCI CFM will further strengthen solidarity and unity among the members. Earlier, The official anthem of the 48th session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers “Hum Mustafavi Hain’ was launched in Islamabad today (Saturday).
It is the official anthem of the OIC which was written by Jamiluddin Aali.
Speaking on the occasion, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi thanked the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for refreshing the old memories and emotions through the remixing of the song.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said it is a matter of great honour for Pakistan that in a matter of few months, it is hosting the OIC meeting for the second time. He said several foreign ministers from the OIC countries will attend the meeting.
The Foreign Minister said this session is special because it is coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the creation of Pakistan.
He said the OIC foreign ministers will also attend Pakistan Day parade where they will witness our national unity, professionalism of armed forces and the different colours of our culture.
He said we will also try to draw attention towards the persecution of minorities especially Muslims in India. Besides, further deliberations will be held on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.
The Foreign Minister said it will be our effort to chart out a way forward to deal with multiple challenges including those of climate change and the economic difficulties caused by Covid-19. The theme of the conference is unity and partnership.