MIRWAIZ TO SKIP OIC MEET
‘Busy With Preparations For Pak Visit’
Srinagar, Nov 13: Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq will skip an important meeting of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) where Contact Group on Kashmir is scheduled to meet.
The Mirwaiz has been invited by OIC for its 39th annual conference scheduled to be held in Djibouti on 17th of this month.
“General Secretary of OIC, Kemal Akmeludin Augloo has sent a formal invitation to Mirwaiz on behalf of OIC for the conference,” Hurriyat (M) said in a handout.
It, however, said that Mirwaiz is unlikely to attend the conference due to his busy schedule. Meanwhile, reports said that Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar will be attending the ministerial meeting of OIC in Djibouti.
Khar is scheduled to address a meeting of the OIC Contact Group on Jammu and Kashmir.
Taking to Greater Kashmir Mirwaiz said, “I cannot attend the meet on 17th of November in Djibouti as Hurriyat is busy is gearing up for important Pakistan visit. We are meeting various sections of people for visit and internal discussions are going on in the Hurriyat.”
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