OIC final declaration blames Iran for spreading terrorism in muslim states 

ANKARA: OIC final declaration strongly blamed Iran for spreading terrorism in the Muslim states.


OIC condemned Iran over mediating in internal affairs of regional countries in a joint statement.


The statement said “The Conference rejected Iran’s inflammatory statements on the execution of judicial decisions against the perpetrators of terrorist crimes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, considering those statements as blatant interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a contravention of the United Nations Charter, the OIC Charter and of all international covenants.”


“The Conference deplored Iran’s interference in the internal affairs of the States of the region and other Member States including Bahrain, Yemen, Syria, and Somalia and its continued support for terrorism,” it added.


The final session of the summit was chaired by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who also announced to establish an international arbitration body and Turkey based police coordination centre in Istanbul.


He said “As Muslims, we cannot overcome our difficulties without achieving unity inspite of our differences.”


However, Iran criticized the final draft of OIC and claimed that Saudi Arabia is ‘a cause of division’ in the Islamic world.