Foreign Ministers of Non-Aligned Movement Countries to Meet in Tehran
Azerbaijan, Baku, 22 July / Trend corr. T.Jafarov/ Three-day meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) member countries will begin in Tehran on 27 July, Iran's news website Iribnews reported.
The meeting will discuss prevention of disrespect for religions, struggle with Western culture, joining different international organizations by NAM countries, in particular the UN Security Council, struggle against terrorism and smuggling, and other issues.
Non-Aligned Movement is an international organization uniting 118 countries, which proclaimed their formal non-joining any bloc.
Establishment of NAM was initiated at the Bangkok conference in 1955. In 1961, establishment of NAM was announced at the Yugoslavia conference under the auspices of Fidel Castro and Marshal Tito.
Heads of NAM countries held 14 summits. NAM's 53 countries are located in Africa, 38 in Asia, 26 in Latin America and one in Europe.
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