The special session of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) dedicated to the situation in Near-East has started in Malaysia. The Malaysian government that chairs OIC at the moment invited the leaders and high-ranking representatives of 17 key block-member countries including Iran, Indonesia, Pakistan and Turkey to the meeting.
The meeting will focus on the current situation in Lebanon and Palestinian territories.
The meeting aims to take all possible steps to urgently prevent the fire between conflict countries, placement of peacekeeping forces and distribution of humanitarian aid.
Dring the opening of the conference, the prime minister of Bangladesh Khaled Zia mentioned the danger of the present intensification of the situation in Near East, Trend reports quoting RCK. According to him, the present situation may lead to the radicalization of the Islamic world, (C) Associated Press reports.
Azerbaijan is represented at the OIC meeting by the prime minister Artur Rasizade.
OIC brings together 56 Moslem countries.