Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM)
Agenda Item: Advancing Cooperation in Disaster Relief Managment
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers stands as a pivotal body within the OIC, serving as the highest decision-making authority in matters related to foreign policy and diplomacy among its member states. Comprising representatives from 56 member states, this council convenes annually to deliberate upon a wide spectrum of issues affecting the Muslim world and the global community at large. With diplomacy and collaboration at its core, the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers plays a crucial role in promoting peace, stability, and cooperation among member states while advocating for the collective interests and values of the Muslim world on the international stage. It embodies the spirit of solidarity and unity that defines the OIC, working towards common objectives in pursuit of a more harmonious and prosperous world.
Note: Official language of this committee is Arabic.