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OIC to fully support Afghanistan-Taliban peace initiatives: Ogloo.

ISLAMABAD, March 23, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The OIC (Organization of Islamic Countries) secretary general Kamaluddin Ogloo has announced full support of OIC for peaceful dialogue and truce between Afghanistan and Taliban elements. Talking to media after signing a memorandum of cooperation between OIC and UNRRA (United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Authority) here on Tuesday, he said that peace in Afghanistan would be secured at all costs. According to this accord between OIC and UNRRA, OIC would grant an amount of U$.15 million for rehabilitation of girls schools in Swat. Replying to a question about giving India a permanent observer seat in OIC, he said neither had India given any official request for the purpose, nor has been any decision been made in this connection so far. He also announced an unrequited and full support for Pakistans peace initiatives in the region, while he also expressed full mandatory cooperation with Pakistan in all spheres of life. He also expressed the full resolve of OIC for monitoring and formulating a lasting peaceful solution for Kashmir issue, and resumption of composite dialogue between Pakistan and India. While answering a question regarding Iran nuclear initiatives, he said that while all including Iran should adhere to the UN sponsored IAEA (International Atomic Energy Authority) regulations, nevertheless Iran and rest of countries had full rights to utilize the source for peaceful initiatives.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 23, 2010
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