15th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of OIC Final Communique


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1-At the cordial invitation of the Yemen Arab Republic and in pursuance of the resolution
adopted by the Fourteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers held in Dhaka, the
Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers met in Sanaa, capital of the Yemen Arab
Republic, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Awal 1405 H(18-22 December, 1984).
2-A meeting of Senior Officials preparatory to the Fifteenth Conference was held on 23
Rabiul Awal 1405 H, (16 December, 1984) under the chairmanship of Mr. Ahmed
Muhammad Al Iryani, Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Head of the delegation of
the Yemen Arab Republic.
3-The following Member States participated in the Conference:
The People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, The State of Bahrain; The People’s Republic of
Bangladesh, The People’s Republic of Benin, Burkina Faso, The Sultanate of Burnei
Darussalam, The Republic of Cameroon, The Republic of Chad, The Islamic Federal Republic
of the Comoros, The Republic of Djibouti, The Republic of Gabon, The Republic of the
Gambia, The Republic of Guinea, The Republic of Guinea-Bissau, The Republic of Indonesia,
The Republic of Iraq, The Islamic Republic of Iran, The Socialist People’s Libyan Arab
Jamahiriya, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, The State of Kuwait, The
Lebanese Republic, Malaysia, The Republic of Maldives, The Republic of Mali, The Arab
Republic of Egypt, The Islamic Republic of Mauritania, The Kingdom of Morocco, The
Republic of Niger; The Sultanate of Oman, The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Palestine; The
State of Qatar, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia., The Republic of Senegal, The Republic of
Sierra Leone, The Somali Democratic Republic, The Democratic Republic of the Sudan,
The Syrian Arab Republic, The Republic of Tunisia, The Republic of Turkey, The Republic
of Uganda, The State of the United Arab Emirates, The Yemen Arab Republic, The People’s
Democratic Republic of Yemen.


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