Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Sardar Ahmed Khan Shakib. Photo/arab news
Afghanistan has faced a humanitarian catastrophe since the Taliban took control in mid-August.
The situation prompted the United States (US) and other donor countries to stop financial aid and isolate the country from the global financial system.
The sudden suspension of aid and access to banking has left nearly 23 million Afghans facing extreme levels of hunger and 9 million at risk of starvation, according to UN agencies.
On December 19, the OIC held an extraordinary session of the 17th Council of Foreign Ministers in Islamabad.
The meeting scheduled for Saudi Arabia focused on the economic crisis in Afghanistan and was also attended by a delegation from the European Union (EU), and the P5+1 group of the UN Security Council consisting of the US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany.