International Islamic News Agency (IINA)
Agence islamique internationale de presse
1972-08 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Aug 1972, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), at General Assembly of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), attended by delegates of 19 countries, following decision of 2nd K-XF4192 - Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), Dec 1970, Karachi (Pakistan). A specialized organ of OIC. In English also referred to as International Islamic News Agency.
Develop closer and better relations between OIC Member States in the information field; promote contacts and technical cooperation between news agencies and member states; work for better understanding of Islamic people and their political, economic and social problems; serve the causes of the Islamic States by providing information on their progress and achievements and by explaining their stand to world public opinion.
General Assembly (every 2 years), comprising representatives of national agencies. Executive Board, consisting of 9 members. Director General.
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