FM Nasser Bourita And Turkish Counterpart On The Possibility of Holding Al Quds Committee Meeting

Al Quds Committee was established pursuant to resolution 1/6-P adopted by the 6th Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from 12-15 July 1975.

The two Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Moroccan Nasser Bourita and Turkish Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu had a phone call on Monday, May 10th, following the violent clashes that erupted at al-Aqsa Mosque.

Al Quds Committee was established pursuant to resolution 1/6-P adopted by the 6th Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from 12-15 July 1975.

The committee aims to follow up the implementation of the decisions taken by the OIC, follow up on the decisions of other international bodies that support the position of the organization or are in line with it, communicate with other bodies, and propose what it deems appropriate for member states to implement decisions and achieve their goals and take the necessary measures towards various positions within the limits of these powers.

It also seeks to implement all the decisions of the OIC related to the issues of the Arab-Israeli conflict, given the fundamental interdependence between the issue of Al Quds and Palestine and this conflict.

In a statement, the Palestine Red Crescent Society announced that, on Monday morning, more than 305 Palestinians had been injured during clashes with Israeli forces in Al Aqsa Mosque and the surroundings of the Old City of Al Quds.

It should be noted that hundreds of Palestinians had gathered in al-Aqsa Mosque at dawn to prevent any Israeli storming of the mosque.

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