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Kharrazi confers with Somalian counterpart


Tehran,1st June 2003(IRNA)

Somalian Foreign Minister Yusuf Hassan Ibrahim and his Iranian counterpart, Kamal Kharrazi, during a meeting here on Friday discussed latest developments in Somalia and North Africa.

During the meeting, held on the sidelines of the 30th foreign ministerial conference of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Yusuf Hassan Ibrahim gave a report on the results of efforts taken to determine and work out a government acceptable to all Somalian parties.

Somalia was plunged into tribal warfare and has not had a fully recognized central government since Mohamed Siad Barre was toppled in January 1991.

The minister pointed to the constructive role being played by the Islamic Republic in the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), and called on the organization to help end the conflict in his country by negotiating a government acceptable to all parties.

Kharrazi, for his part, expressed hope stability and security will return to Somalia. He also underscored the OIC's responsibility of helping Islamic countries find a way out of their crises.

Meanwhile, Kharrazi held talks with Afghan Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Mohammed Yahya Maroufi on Friday during which they reviewed OIC affairs and relations among member states.

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