Islamic countries strive towards unity - Iran's Foreign Ministry
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 9 /Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
The Islamic countries have always wanted to achieve unity between themselves, Iranian deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi told Trend.
"f the Islamic countries and Muslim nations unite against enemies and dirty plans of the foreign forces, they can achieve a lot," he said, adding that all Muslim countries have always wanted that.
As an example, deputy FM brought up the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
"The OIC has always put the idea of unity and strengthening of co-operation on agenda," he said. "For example, with the goal to strengthening the unity in the economic co-operation sphere between the Islamic countries, an idea of establishing joint Islamic market has been proposed."
According to the official, another idea of creating international judiciary system of Islamic countries was proposed.
"In each sphere, a number of prepositions have been made, so that the Islamic countries would move into one direction and could strengthen the co-operation," Araqchi noted.
"The idea of creating a single military alliance was for example proposed so that the Islamic countries could use the mutual experience, and move into one direction."