( IRNA ) - The 3-day Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (ICFM) on Thursday adopted "Islamabad Declaration", backing Iran's peaceful nuclear program and opposing any use of force against the Islamic Republic.
The "Islamabad Declaration" was read out by Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri at the concluding session of the ICFM in Islamabad.
Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz was the chief guest at the concluding session of the conference.
"We call for the reduction of tension and resolution of differences concerning Iran's nuclear issue through dialogue," the 31-point declaration said.
"We oppose the use of force which will further destabilize the region.
We recognize Iran's right to peaceful use of nuclear energy and its readiness for peaceful resolution of all issues," it said.
"We reaffirm the inalienable right of the member states to acquire and use atomic energy for peaceful purposes in a non-discriminatory manner and in accordance with the international legal obligations," the Islamabad Declaration said.
The declaration underscores the need to evolve an energy strategy, the response to the interests of the member states.