ISLAMABAD: Iran on Wednesday urged the member states of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) to prevent the infiltration of the Zionist regime in the Muslim World affairs.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman and Deputy Foreign Minister Saeed Khatibzadeh made the remarks in an address to an OIC foreign ministerial-level meeting in Pakistan.
He said that insecurity and instability in West Asia have roots in the Palestinian crisis and the organized occupation of the Palestinian lands by the Zionist regime which he said can be named the most complicated international crisis of today’s world.
Earlier, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh on Tuesday met with Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mahmood Qureshi at a two-day meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Pakistan.
Qureshi welcomed the head and members of Iranian delegation and expressed his satisfaction with the presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Pakistan in the 48th meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the OIC member states.
During a conversation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, Saeed Khatibzadeh, conveyed Nowruz greetings of Hussein Amir Abdullahian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran to his Pakistani counterpart.
The 48th meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation started moments ago with the presence of delegations of member countries, including the Iranian delegation in the National Assembly of Pakistan.
Khatibzadeh, Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of our country, is chairing the Iranian delegation in the two-day meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in the Pakistani capital.
Pakistani Foreign Minister is chairing the 48th Ministerial Meeting of OIC member states.
The motto of the meeting of Islamic Foreign Ministers is “Building Partnerships for Unity, Justice, and Development.” The event coincides with the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of Pakistan’s independence.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is the second international organization after the United Nations, which has 57 members from an Islamic country based on four continents, established in 1969 as the collective voice of the Islamic world and a guarantee to protect and defend their interests.