OIC irregular summit to discuss problems of Islamic world and ways for their resolution

Politics Materials 21 November 2005 14:18 (UTC +04:00)

Problems of the Islamic world and ways for their resolution will be on the top of discussions during an irregular meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference to be held
in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on 7-8 December 2005, the Saudi embassy in Baku told Trend.

The two-day event will focus actual political, economic and culture problems, last developments in the Islamic world, as well as form a joint position on the perspective. Abdulla ben Abdulziz, the Saudi King, will deliver opening remarks to the opening of the summit and appeal of the Islamic nations.

The OIC was established in 1969 at a conference of the heads of state and governments of Moslem countries in Rabbat, Morocco. The conference of the heads of the state and governments is held in every three year. The political body of the OIC is a conference of the foreign ministers, while its executive body is the General Secretariat and the headquarters is temporarily (until the liberation of Jerusalem ) placed in Jidda.