20th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of OIC Final Communique


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At the kind invitation of the Republic of Turkey and in accordance with the decision of the
Nineteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, the Twentieth Islamic Conference of
Foreign Ministers (Session of just and durable peace through cooperation among Member
States and respect for international legitimacy), was held in Istanbul, Republic of Turkey,
from 24 to 28 Muharram 1412H, corresponding to 4 to 8 August 1991. The Conference was
held under the high patronage of His Excellency Turgut OZAL, President of the Republic of
2. A.The following Member States attended the Conference:
1- The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
2- Afghanistan.
3- The State of United Arab Emirates.
4- The Republic of Indonesia.
5- The Republic of Uganda.
6- The Islamic Republic of Iran.
7- The Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
8- The State of Bahrain.
9- Brunei Darussalam.
10-Burkina Faso.
11-The People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
12-The Republic of Benin.
13-The Republic of Turkey.
14-The Republic of Chad.
15-The Republic of Tunisia.
16-The Republic of Gabon.
17-The Republic of the Gambia.
18-The People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria.
19-The Islamic Federal Republic of Comoros.
20-The Republic of Djibouti.
21-The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
22-The Republic of Senegal.
23-The Republic of Sudan.
24-The Syrian Arab Republic.
25-The Republic of Sierra Leone.
26-The Republic of Somalia.
27-The Republic of Iraq.
28-The Sultanate of Oman.
29-The Republic of Guinea.
30-The Republic of Guinea Bissau.
31-The State of Palestine.
32-The State of Qatar.
33-The Republic of Cameroon.
34-The State of Kuwait.
35-The Republic of Lebanon.
36-The Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.
37-The Republic of Maldives.
38-The Republic of Mali.
40-The Arab Republic of Egypt.
41-The Kingdom of Morocco.
42-The Islamic Republic of Mauritania.
43-The Republic of Niger.
44-The Federal Republic of Nigeria.
45-The Republic of Yemen.


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