JEDDAH, Dec 14, ( Asia Free Press): The Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Hissein Brahim, on Tuesday hoped that the Islamic bloc top diplomates meeting in Islamabad would help Afghan people to end their suffering.
In a statement, ahead of the scheduled meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Muslim world, scheduled on Dec 19, in Islamabad, Brahim said the session would discuss the ongoing critical humanitarian situation and other crises in war-torn Afghanistan.
He underlined the importance and consequences of the upcoming emergency ministerial meeting by saying that it would likely have positive and approachable outcomes that will accelerate the relief of the Afghan people and shall find a solid way to end their suffering critical situation.
“The said meeting would provide urgent humanitarian assistance by finding appropriate mechanisms, coordinating with the OIC institutions working in the humanitarian fields and the United Nations (UN) and its relevant agencies and International Financial Institutions (IFI),” the Secretary-General said
“The OIC is firmly following the developments in Afghanistan and is hopeful to work jointly for durable peace and long-lasting political and economic stability in the terrorism-affected country”, Hissein Brahim further added.
He also asserted that the OIC member states are committed to working to advance the interests of the Afghan people, reject violence inside the country, maintain security in the Afghan society, and ensure as to meet the Afghan people’s aspirations and hopes for stability, dignified living, respect for their rights and prosperity.
Taliban-led Afghanistan is currently facing a massive economic crisis caused by the U.S. government after freezing its $10 billion assets in mid-August.