On Sunday, Prime Minister Imran Khan went to Twitter to welcome the OIC’s foreign ministers to the 48th summit in Islamabad on March 22-23.
He wrote: “I heartily welcome OIC mbr nations, observers, partners and international organisations to the 48th OICCFM in Islamabad.”
He welcomed everyone on behalf of Pakistanis. The meeting will focus on “unity, justice, and growth,” the PM said.
Earlier, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced the conference’s dates and said Pakistan was ready to host it.
He proposed that the OIC create an inter-governmental committee, an OIC protocol, and a framework for mutual legal assistance, examine uneven investment treaties, and create a worldwide beneficial ownership registry to combat corruption and advance the human rights agenda.
Also, the administration plans to take foreign ministers to Nathiagali to exhibit them Pakistan’s beauty.