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Based on Islamic Republic of Irans Proposal

Condemnation of US Embassy move to Al- Quds was accepted in final declaration of 11thsession of COMIAC in Senegal

 

Condemnation of US embassy move to Al- Quds was accepted in final declaration of 11thsession of COMIAC in Senegal based on Islamic Republic of Iran"s Proposal.

According to the Public Relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), 11thsession of the OIC standing committee for information and cultural affairs (COMIAC), was held in Dakar, republic of Senegal with the participation of representatives of 57 member states.

Seyed Mohammad Hussain Hashemi, Cultural and scientific deputy of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization as the representative of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran was the first lecturer in this session and invited the participants to condemn US embassy move to Al- Quds and pay tribute to Palestinian martyrs killed by Zionist regime.

He also emphasized on the role of media to convey the voices of oppressed Palestinians to world nations and called on a unified media policy to defend Muslims rights in the world.

The Eleventh Session of the Standing Committee for Information and Cultural Affairs (COMIAC) of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Dakar, capital of the Republic of Senegal, was held on 14 and 15 May 2018, under the theme "Education and Culture as Drivers of Peace, Development and Rapprochement of Peoples".     

 

 


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