The successful hosting of Extraordinary Session of the OIC’s Council of Foreign Ministers on Afghanistan have drawn worldwide applause for Pakistan for making the global community awake to the deteriorating humanitarian and economic situation in the war-torn country.
The world leaders, government functionaries, diplomats and analysts termed the meeting of the 57-member Muslim states’ body, as a milestone achievement for Pakistan which also manifested its commitment for a stable Afghanistan.
Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari also called the extraordinary session a “major diplomatic success” for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Afghan policy with the creation of the Humanitarian Trust Fund and Food Security Program.
In a tweet, U.S. Special Representative Thomas West called it a productive OIC session with important outcomes.
In a tweet, Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato Sri Saifuddin Abdullah, commended Pakistan’s leadership in hosting the meeting to address the crisis in Afghanistan.
UK High Commissioner in Islamabad Christian Turner said, that it was honored for me to represent UK at the 17th Extraordinary Session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers, alongside observers from China, Russia and the US. Important discussions held on Afghanistan and the humanitarian situation.
Global and Public Policy Analyst Mosharraf Zaidi termed the OIC session as “a huge success for Pakistan” with OIC Trust Fund as key outcome.