Foreign Minister talks to Indonesian counterpart over the phone about fighting

Foreign Minister talks to Indonesian counterpart over the phone about fighting Islamophobia and promoting interfaith harmony


Foreign Minister talks to Indonesian counterpart over the phone about fighting Islamophobia and promoting interfaith harmony


ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi had a telephone conversation with Indonesian Foreign Minister Ratno Mursudi on the importance of strengthening cooperation among OIC member countries to combat Islamophobia. 


Talking, the Foreign Minister emphasized that Pakistan's efforts are aimed at creating more important harmony and promoting awareness on interfaith harmony and mutual respect.


Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi thanked Indonesia for its support to the unanimous adoption of the resolution proposed by Pakistan at the 47th meeting of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers in Niamey, Niger last November. 


Competition day has been declared. In this regard, the Foreign Minister called on the UN General Assembly to continue the process of cooperation between the two countries in New York for the amicable approval of the resolution.


Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi stressed that the disrespectful attitude of the holy figures of Islam is discouraging and hurting more than one and a half billion Muslims around the world. 


The Foreign Minister pointed out that such measures do not fall under the category of the legitimate right to freedom of expression, and under international human rights law, freedom of expression is accompanied by responsibility. 


The Foreign Minister emphasized that Muslims strongly condemn incitement to violence on the basis of religion or belief and that this spirit should be respected by all.


The Foreign Minister called on the OIC to work together to make the international community aware of the deep love and devotion of all Muslims to the Holy Prophet and the Holy Qur'an


The Foreign Minister stressed the need for dialogue between civilizations under the auspices of the United Nations to promote interfaith harmony, tolerance, and peaceful coexistence.


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