EU and P5 countries invited to OIC meeting on Afghanistan
The European Union and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have been invited to a meeting on Afghanistan. The Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is holding an extraordinary ministerial meeting to discuss the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan as winter approaches and the country faces serious economic problems, according to Tolo News.
Earlier, Saudi Arabia called for an OIC meeting on the issue and the importance of the meeting is underlined by the participation of both the European Union and the five members of the United Nations Security Council. . On the other hand, the Afghan Resistance Front led by Ahmad Massoud welcomed the OIC meeting and expressed concern about holding the meeting in Pakistan.
In addition, Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi has said that if Afghanistan is not supported and abandoned, a new war could break out in the country. “To abandon Afghanistan at this point would be a historic mistake. Instability could give way to renewed conflict, it could trigger an exodus of refugees,” Qureshi said, Tolo News reported.
However, the Taliban have not yet decided to participate in the meeting, although they have recognized the importance of the meeting. Ahmadullah Wasiq, deputy spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said the meeting is very important for Afghanistan as participants will discuss finding solutions to the problems in Afghanistan (ANI)
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