Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) opened its Afghanistan bureau office in the Afghan capital Kabul city on Sunday.
The inaugural ceremony was attended by a number of Taliban’s high officials including the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Muttaqi and some foreign diplomatic mission heads.
The Taliban considers the opening of OIC office as a political and diplomatic success, said the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Muttaqi.
Muttaqi says that the OIC office in Kabul will help in strengthening in Taliban’s foreign relations with the Islamic world.
According to Muttaqi, OIC in addition to helping the country with the economic and humanitarian assistances, will also play a positive role in the political affairs.
Tariq Ali Bakheet, OIC’s secretary general representative said that the office will help Afghanistan with the security, humanitarian and political assistances.
According to Muhammad Saeed Al-Ayash, the OIC representative for Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia has pledged to financially sponsor the Afghanistan bureau office for the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.