A meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) that ended last week in Abu Dhabi reframed its steadfast support for the Kashmir Issue and Pakistan’s stand on the issue.
The 46th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) reiterated that “Jammu and Kashmir remained the core dispute between Pakistan and India” and “its resolution is indispensable for the dream for peace in South Asia”.
“The OIC resolution also condemned in the strongest terms the recent wave of Indian terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and expressed deep concern over the atrocities and human rights violations in IOK [Indian Occupied Kashmir],” the statement said.
With regards to the current unstable circumstance in the district, the OIC part states received another goal supported by Pakistan which communicated grave worry over the Indian Violation of Pakistani airspace. Attested Pakistan’s entitlement to self-preservation and asked India to abstain from the risk or utilization of power.
This OIC resolution on regional peace and security in South Asia also welcomed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s renewed offer of dialogue to India and the goodwill gesture of handing over the Indian pilot Abhinandan,” it added.
One of the founding members of the OIC Pakistan boycotted the session due to the presence of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as a ‘guest of honor’.