By: Muhammad Ibrahim Bhatti
The 48th two-day meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) in Islamabad began at a time when serious challenges of every kind were posed to the world and Islamic countries have to find their solution very seriously. Regular topics discussed at the meeting are mutual partnerships for unity, justice and development, but due to their depth and depth, issues and conflicts that must be resolved for a century or more. And the UN institution could not do them one hundred because of the captivity of the interests of the major powers. They include the tragedy of the Muslims of Jammu and Kashmir and Palestine. Islamic countries are the target and these are expected to be at the top of the top 50 resolutions presented at the meeting. As Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said in his meeting with the Egyptian Ambassador, the meeting of the OIC Foreign Ministers will be a historic opportunity to tackle the grave situation in Afghanistan and also a shared strategy for addressing the challenges facing the region. Will be smooth. In addition to the Foreign Ministers of the various Muslim countries in the first day’s meeting, the Secretary General of the OIC also addressed and expressed his views on the issues facing the Islamic world and on promoting mutual solidarity. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi raised the issue of human rights violations in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and also said that Indian Muslims are also at risk under Indian and Tawa control. He lamented that 50 years after the establishment of the OIC, Muslim countries are still subject to conflict and unrest. The OIC meeting is attended by more than 675 delegates, including representatives from 15 member countries, as well as regular member countries. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s keynote address at the inaugural session is very important. The highlight of the meeting is that the Chinese Foreign Minister is a special participant. Omar Farooq and other Hurriyat leaders from occupied Kashmir were also invited to attend, but India did not allow them to come. India is also among the OIC observer countries due to the 25 million Muslim population, but did not participate. Afghanistan did not send its Foreign Minister, whose situation would be particularly important in the meeting, but its representation is at the grassroots level. This important meeting of the Islamic Organization is taking place in Parliament House. Due to its importance and security situation, the Red Zone has been declared a prohibited area for PTI and opposition meetings. Now these meetings will be held elsewhere. The Islamic Cooperation Organization, which was the result of the contemplation of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Shah Faisal, Colonel Gaddafi and many other domineering leaders of the Muslim world. The major purposes for which they were created did not go away from their world and because of the weaknesses of their successors, it is still a representative organization of two billion Muslims around the world, but sadly, most of the Islamic Countries are lining up against each other because of their own interests or the subjugation of big powers, rather than uniting under the flag of this organization. If the meeting of Islamabad can create solidarity among them, it will be a great success for the Muslim world. Pakistan should play a leading role in this matter.