OIC Summit: Pakistan offers points to help Afghan people

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is holding an extraordinary meeting on the situation in Afghanistan in Islamabad.

Pakistan has offered points to OIC member states to help the Afghan people.

According to the points made by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, OIC countries must immediately help the Afghan people.

Pakistan has also said that it needs to invest in education, health and technology in Afghanistan, in addition to helping Afghanistan gain access to legitimate banking facilities by forming a group of UN and OIC. The strategy also calls for immediate steps to be taken to provide food and food security to the Afghan people, and to increase the capacity of Afghan institutions to fight terrorism and drug trafficking.

According to the points, Afghan authorities should be engaged for human rights, women’s and girls’ rights in Afghanistan, and also work with Afghan authorities to prevent terrorism in Afghanistan.

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