Tehran, Feb 17, IRNA – Spokesperson of the 9th Inter-Parliamentary Union conference of the member states of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) said in todayˈs session of the political committee, 26 resolutions have been finalized.
These resolutions will be considered in the general assembly.
Kazem Jalali said that correction on 26 resolutions was considered by countries and in todayˈs session of the political committee the final contents of the resolutions were finalized.
He continued that the resolutions included Palestine situation, role of Islamic states parliaments in confrontation with Judaization of Quds city and plans of the Zionist regime, situation of occupied territories in Syria and Lebanon, unity among Islamic states to confront with threats against Islamic world, confrontation with dogmatism and Islamophobia, confrontation with imposing force and radicalism, fighting against terrorism and underlining the right of resistance against occupation and foreign enemy.
The MP added that Sudan situation, rejection of any kind of forced sanctions against Islamic states, confirming indisputable right of all nations to use new peaceful technologies, to settle the region as a region free of mass destruction weapons, especially nuclear one, were among other items approved by the political committee today.
Jalali continued that situation in Central Africa Republic, Somalia, Mali and neighboring states, Cyprus situation, Turk Muslim minorities in a number of countries, role of Islamic Parliaments Union in support for Muslim minority rights in non-member states, situation in Kashmir, Myanmar, Muslim situation in south of the Philippines, situation of Azerbaijan Republic and its disputes with Armenia were among other resolutions.
The MP concluded that facilitation in issuing visa between Islamic countries, cooperation between member states of the Union and Islamic Co-operative Organization in the fields of media, youth problems, Islamic brotherhood and research cooperation between parliaments of the Islamic states were approved in the political committee today.
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