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Special Envoy of Australia attends OIC CFM


Islamabad, 22 March 2022 (TDI): Special Envoy of Australia to OIC, Ridwaan Jadwat, has reached Islamabad to attend the 48th session of the OIC Summit in Pakistan.

It is pertinent to note that the purpose of this visit is to build bridges of communication and understanding between people of both states.

OIC CFM- A Brief Overview

In this regard, the 48th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of OIC is under-going in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Above all, the theme of the 48th CFM is Building Partnerships for Unity, Justice, and Development. The Summit will last for two days from March 22 to 23, 2022.

Besides, the Session will address multifarious topics as well as the activities of the OIC General Secretariat.

Similarly, the OIC Summit will also deliberate upon issues of Palestine as well as Al-Quds Ash-Sharif.

Moreover, it includes the developments in Afghanistan and their humanitarian consequences for the Afghan people. The session will also focus on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) as well.

Likewise, the agenda of the session also includes several African issues. In this context,  the situation in the Republic of Mali, the Sahel region, and Lake Chad will attract the attention of delegated.

In addition to that, the fragility of that region and the situation in Central Africa and the Republic of Guinea are also on the priority list.

The Foreign Ministers will discuss the developments in Yemen, Libya, the Republic of Sudan and Somalia, Syria, and other regions as well, at the Arab level.

Additionally, collaboration issues with global partners; the United Nations, the Russian Federation, and the European Union are also part of the discussion.

Moreover, the OIC, on the sidelines, will hold a session of the Open-ended Contact Group on Muslims in Europe.

Issues pertaining to global terrorism and conflict resolution are on the CFM’s agenda. Furthermore, the affairs of Muslim groups and communities in non-Member States will be examined.

Similarly, the OIC will hold the consultations of the Ad Hoc Ministerial Committee on Accountability for Human Rights Violations of the Rohingya.

The Session will also cover economic, social, cultural, humanitarian, and scientific issues, including Islamophobia.

It is expected that the periodical report of the Islamophobia Observatory will be presented to the meeting for review. A session under the title; the Role of the Islamic World in Promoting Peace, Justice, and Harmony.

Tahira Khan
Tahira Khanhttps://thediplomaticinsight.com
MPhil Scholar at Centre of South Asian Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore

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