KABUL: Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi foreign minister of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan met Tariq Ali Bakheet, Special Envoy of the OIC Secretary-General, and Mohamed Alayach, head of the OIC office in Kabul.
Special Envoy of the OIC Secretary-General said that OIC member states support Afghanistan and prioritize the needs of the Afghan people and strengthened OIC Kabul office to meet better the situation of needy in this dire time.
At the same time, Muttaqi thanked them for traveling to Kabul to help the Afghan people and to assess the facts of the situation closely.
Muttaqi said, “It is gratifying that with the advent of the new government, the security situation in the country has improved so that charities, international aid organizations, and foundations can better help the needy and there are no obstacles or dangers.”
Muttaqi also called on OIC member states to work for the release of Afghanistan’s frozen assets.
Tariq Ali Bakheet said that they will strengthen their office in Kabul to do more and better work, adding that he will present a detailed report on Afghanistan to the next OIC meeting on which future decisions will be made. He will come to Kabul from time to time.
While, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) broadcasted today in a press release that its office in Kabul has reopened on Wednesday last week by Dr Mohammad Saeed Al-Ayash.
The Kabul representative office has reopened to contribute with other humanitarian organization the situation in Afghanistan and follow up on the outcome of a meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held in Islamabad, Pakistan, in December last year, the statement said.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has said that its representative office in Kabul will work to coordinate with other organizations’ humanitarian assistance with its international partners, as well to strengthened with human and material resources in conformity with the resolution adopted by the extraordinary ministerial conference on Afghanistan.
It’s must be said that the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation has held on December 19, 2021, in Islamabad, Pakistan to review the situation in Afghanistan and appeal humanitarian aid to this country. In addition to the foreign ministers of the Islamic countries, the meeting was also attended by representatives of the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, Japan, the European Union, and international aid agencies. The United Nations has requested $4.5 billion from donor countries to address the situation in Afghanistan and provide humanitarian assistance.