ОСНОВНЫЕ ПРИОРИТЕТЫ ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ ИСЛАМСКОГО СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВА В РАЗЛИЧНЫХ РЕГИОНАХ
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Организация исламского сотрудничества, Лига арабских государств, Организация Североатлантического договора, Национальный фронт освобождения Моро, «Маленькая ООН», Обсерватория исламофобии, Всеобщая декларация прав человека Organization of Islamic Cooperation, League of Arab States, North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Moro National Liberation Front, “Small UN”, Islamophobia Observatory, Universal Declaration of Human Rights Islom hamkorlik tashkiloti, Arab davlatlar ligasi, Shimoliy atlantika ittifoqi, Moro milliy ozodlik fronti, “Kichik BMT”, Islomofobiya Observatoriyasi, Inson huquqlari umumjahon deklaratsiyasi

Аннотация

В этой статье приводятся примеры позиции организации в отношении социально-экономического развития малочисленных мусульман, проживающих в странах, не являющихся членами Организации исламского сотрудничества. Кроме того, представлен сравнительный анализ сотрудничества Организации исламского сотрудничества с другими международными и региональными организациями в этой области. Этот аспект номера служит дополнительным источником для опубликованных на данный момент работ.

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