• publish: 19 December 2021
  • time: 3:28 pm
  • category: Social
  • No: 20254
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Iran calls for sending humanitarian aids to Afghanistan

Assistant Foreign Minister and head of Iran’s delegation to OIC in Islamabad Rasoul Mousavi called for sending humanitarian aids to Afghanistan regardless of political interests.

Speaking at the sideline of the Organization of Islamic Organization Mousavi said that the objective of the extraordinary session of the organization is to arrange humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

He added that there is a consensus among all the 57 member states of the organization in this regard.

Speaking exclusively to Iran’s IRNA, Rasoul Mousavi said all the delegations are trying to find ways to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.

“As the Taliban’s interim government has not been recognized by the international community yet, many of the OIC member states have been stressing upon the need to devise a mechanism for dispatching aid to Afghanistan.” Said Mousavi.

The Iranian diplomat added that they support all international efforts to send humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan and that Iran’s borders are open for any relief activity.

OIC’s 17th extraordinary session on Afghanistan is scheduled for Sunday, December 19 in the Pakistani capital Islamabad.

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