SANA'A, June 23 (Saba) - Member states of the Organization of Islamic Conference OIC, during the 35th round of the OIC Foreign Ministers Council, have signed a new charter for the organization, deputy Foreign Minister Dr. Ali Muthana Hassan has said.
Upon his return on Sunday to Sana'a after participation in the OIC
Foreign Ministers conference,held in Uganda, Hassan said the new charter would help push the organization to carry out objective and institutional reforms which were discussed thoroughly in Malaysia during the 10th summit.
The summit produced recommendations that included mechanisms the member states should work with to face the millennium challenges as well as strengthening Islamic nations position on international political and economic arenas.
The round also dealt with the food crisis worldwide and its effects on developing countries, situations in Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon and Somalia and assessed the organization's efforts to fight aggressive campaigns against Islam.