NAM foreign ministers meet to fix summit's final documents

Other News Materials 13 July 2009 11:43 (UTC +04:00)

Over 100 foreign ministers from the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) states gathered here Monday to coordinate their stance and seek more common ground on the principal documents to be adopted by the 15th NAM summit, which will guide the movement and its members' activities on the international arena in the coming three years, reported Xinhua.

At the meeting, the ministers will focus their debate on the summit theme of International Solidarity for Peace and Development as well as on current hotspot international and regional issues, such as global financial crisis, climate change, Middle East peace, food security, energy and nuclear problems.