OIC to convene special meeting on Kashmir issue in Pakistan.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- Saudi Arabia on Saturday said it would convene a special meeting of the foreign ministers of member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Islamabad in April 2020 on the ongoing atrocities in occupied Kashmir. According to reports, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman conveyed the decision to Prime Minister Imran Khan through Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan, who toured the country on December 26. The meeting is expected to also include the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Turkey, Indonesia, Qatar and other countries.

The foremost priority of the meeting will be the current situation in the occupied valley, which will be followed by controversial citizenship bill in India and also to shed light on the matter about protecting the rights of Muslim countries. The OIC FM meeting has been given a special status after the Kuala Lumpur Summit which took place earlier this...

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