The Mecca Summit concludes its 14th session with an Iraqi position calling for a constructive dialogue


6 hours ago Iraq

Mecca Summit

The summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Mecca concluded with the participation of Iraq, its 14th regular session, under the chairmanship of Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, where the Mecca Declaration was issued.

Saleh: Any collision in our region will endanger Iraq’s security.

The President of the Republic Barham Salih said in a speech to the summit that any collision in our region will endanger the security of Iraq and from this perspective, based on our interest in Iraq, and on the basis of our concern for the security of the region and the starting point of our concern for the security of our brothers and Arab national security, The door of constructive dialogue, stressing the need to adopt direct dialogue, and renounce violence and war ..

The Summit Declaration included 11 principles and steps that the OIC countries must adhere to and maintain: 

First, to commit to supporting the OIC to achieve the goals set forth in its charter, to move towards a new vision for a promising future for the Muslim world. 

Second : To work on developing the capabilities of Islamic countries, their systems in all fields, and achieving their development goals, through the development and implementation of the necessary plans and programs. 

Third : Emphasize the importance of the Palestinian cause as the central issue of the Islamic Ummah and work to end the Israeli occupation of the Arab and Palestinian territories occupied since 1967 in accordance with international resolutions and affirm the full solidarity with the Palestinian people and their right to live within their independent and sovereign state with Jerusalem as its capital. 

Fourthly: To condemn terrorism and extremism in all its forms and manifestations and to unite efforts to stand against terrorist organizations and to put in place laws and regulations to confront these scourges. 

Fifthly : Condemning the terrorist attacks against Saudi Arabia and the UAE on oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia and commercial vessels in the UAE’s territorial waters and inviting the international community to fulfill its responsibilities to maintain peace and security in the region. 

Sixth : Refusing any attempt to link terrorism with any nationality, civilization or religion, and refusing to provide any direct or indirect support to groups and organizations that advocate violence, extremism and terrorism. 

Seventh : Continued full condemnation of all forms of intolerance, discrimination based on religion, color or creed, and cooperation among all peoples to combat racism and hatred. 

Eighth: The rejection of sectarianism and sectarianism in all its forms and manifestations, and encourage efforts to combat sectarian policies and practices, and promote reconciliation among all Muslims. 

Ninth : To emphasize that the media and social media have a great responsibility in achieving the goals, and away from causing chaos and strife between the sons of the Islamic nation. 

Tenth : Emphasize the importance of standing with Muslims in non-Muslim countries who are persecuted, and provide all their help, and adopt their issues in international forums. 

Eleventh : The OIC is aware of the changes and developments taking place at the international level, which necessitates the development of programs and tools to enable it to play its role at the regional and international levels.

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