Prime Minister Imran Khan will speak to Pakistan at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit in Saudi Arabia on May 31, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said before leaving for Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
Saudi King Salman welcomed 57 individuals from the OIC to go to the summit, Arab News announced, including that key issues confronting the Muslim world, including “reinforcing solidarity among Muslim states in the midst of rising pressures in the Arabian Gulf”, will be talked about at the two-day summit.
The fourth session of the summit will be held in Makkah.
While addressing media in Islamabad today, Qureshi said he would go to a gathering of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC which would set the tone for the summit, revealed Radio Pakistan.
He said that the circumstance in Iran and the rising strains would be talked about amid the gathering, and included that Pakistan would exhibit its perspective.
Qureshi said that he would address his partners and the OIC secretary general at the sidelines of the gathering. He included that a session of the Kashmir Contact gathering is likewise expected, Radio Pakistan revealed.
The OIC summit is among three summits Saudi Arabia is facilitating in Makkah this week to permit US partner Riyadh the opportunity to present brought together Islamic, Arab and Gulf fronts against its most despised opponent Tehran.
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Iran itself has not yet affirmed whether it will go to the gathering of the OIC, of which it is a part.
Strains have taken off in the Gulf, with the United States sending a plane carrying warship and aircraft there over supposed dangers from Iran.
Washington has restored extreme assents against Tehran and chose to convey 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East in the midst of treachery assaults on oil offices.
Two Saudi oil tankers, among four vessels, were the objectives of baffling demonstrations of treachery off the United Arab Emirates (UAE) this month, and Iran-adjusted Yemeni renegades have ventured up automaton assaults on the kingdom — one of which brought about the impermanent shutdown of a noteworthy oil pipeline.
Tehran has over and again taken steps to close the vital Strait of Hormuz, through which 35 percent of the world’s seaborne oil passes.
The Arab League and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) crisis summits called by Saudi Arabia are to be hung on Thursday, multi day before the since quite a while ago booked OIC summit.