On March 16 and 17 a regular session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation OIC was held in Nouakchott, capital of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. A resolution on Bosnia and Herzegovina was unanimously adopted at the session, at the proposal of the Republic of Turkey. The meeting, which was attended by foreign ministers and representatives of 57 member countries, observer countries and partner organizations, was under the motto Moderation: the key to security and stability, reports MINA.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has observer status in the organization, was represented in the OIC by Ambassador Muhamed Jusi, the permanent representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A resolution on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina was unanimously adopted at the session, at the proposal of the Republic of Turkey.
The resolution emphasizes support for the implementation of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina with annexes, as well as relevant decisions of the Peace Implementation Council PIC, as well as its internationally recognized borders, as a fully functional and self-sustaining state, capable of exercising its powers and fulfilling its international obligations, with its multi-ethnic, multicultural and multi-religious structure.
All OIC members, 57 of them, condemn and reject all conclusions, statements and activities of representatives of lower levels of government, which undermine the competences of the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and call for secessionism and creation of new territorial units, which violates the General Framework Agreement for Peace and the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also threatens peace and security, not only in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also in the entire region of Western Balkans.