DOHA: Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has stated that Pakistan absolutely supported the Kuala Lumpur summit geared toward enhancing Muslim nations’ current potential for collective improvement and shared prosperity.
Addressing on the second Kuala Lumpur Summit Ministerial Assembly in Doha on Tuesday, the overseas minister stated the challenges of governance, improvement, local weather change, terrorism and rising Islamophobia, warranted an built-in and complete response, Radio Pakistan reported.
The Overseas Minister stated with the juggernaut of globalization inflicting a civilizational and cultural erosion, it’s crucial for the Muslim world to tread a cautious path.
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Qureshi stated Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar, Iran and Turkey collectively accounted for about 50 % of the overall GDP, 37 % every of pure fuel manufacturing and inhabitants, and 18 % of the overall space of the Muslim world.
He stated for the nations, located in shut proximity to the strategic maritime factors of the world – particularly the Straits of Malacca, Gulf of Oman, Strait of Hormuz, and the Bosphorus, there existed an immense potential for collective improvement and shared prosperity.
“We should have the requisite political and diplomatic area to boost helpful cooperation amongst us for socio-economic improvement,” he stated.
Muslim international locations together with Pakistan, Indonesia, Turkey and Qatar on the decision of host Malaysia are collaborating within the ministerial assembly in Doha, previous to the principle Summit to be held in Kuala Lumpur on 18th of the present month.