The two-day 43th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) has come to an end.
As a result, the Organization adopted 118 resolutions on the most discussed problems and conflicts, AA news agency reports.
In particular, the member states took part in the discussion of military coup in Turkey on July 15, as well as officially recognized Fethullah Gülen’s FETÖ organization as terrorist, and supported all the measures taken by Turkey against this formation.
“We express gratitude to the organization, which displaying solidarity and taking into account the sensitive issue, acknowledged FETÖ as terrorist organization,” the head of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu commented the OIC decision on Twitter.
Among other issues on the agenda was the situation of the Crimean Tatars in the occupied territory of the Russian Federation. As the result, the Turkish draft resolution on Crimea was adopted unanimously.
During two days, on the initiative of Turkey, there were also discussed the armed conflict and humanitarian crisis in Syria; adopted by the US Congress "Justice Act against sponsors of terrorism" (by which American citizens will be able to sue the government of countries suspected of collaboration with terrorist organizations); settlement of the Cyprus conflict and the fight against FETÖ.
It was reported earlier that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, when speaking at the 13th summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, stressed that Crimea needs a strong support of the Islamic countries.