On the occasion of an Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) moot in Islamabad, traffic police in Islamabad has announced a plan to divert vehicles to separate roads for three days from December 18 to 20, according to ARY NEWS.
Trafic Plan for OIC CFM Meeting
The traffic police said on a map describing the closed roads that entry and exit to the red zone will be restricted from particular routes, while Srinagar Highway, Jinnah Avenue, and Embassy Road could be used for traffic.
اسلام آباد میں 18، 19 اور 20 دسمبر 2021 کو OIC سربراہی اجلاس کے لیے ٹریفک پلان جاری۔— Islamabad Police (@ICT_Police) December 17, 2021
1) ریڈ زون کے درج ذیل داخلی اور خارجی راستے بند ہوں گے:
متبادل طور پر مارگلہ روڈ استعمال کیا جا سکتا ہے۔
2) مری روڈ، سری نگر ہائی وے اور 1/2 pic.twitter.com/TQ0fhnqwix
The plan for the diplomatic enclave stated that the 3rd road could be utilized to access it from gates 5 and 6.
Representatives from the US and the Taliban-led interim Afghan government will attend the Organization of the Islamic Conference’s (OIC) special session in Islamabad on December 19.
The Foreign Office spokesman confirmed this while describing the 17th Extraordinary Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC, which will be held in Islamabad.
In January 1980, Pakistan hosted the First Extraordinary Session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers to discuss the situation in Afghanistan, whereas the latest CFM hosted by Pakistan was in 2007.
Saudi Arabia convened the meeting on its own initiative.
According to the spokesman, in addition to foreign ministers from OIC member states and observers, special invitees from the United Nations system, international financial institutions, and some non-member states such as the United States, United Kingdom, France, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, and Japan, as well as the European Union, would attend.
According to the foreign office, the Afghan Interim Government will also be represented at the CFM.