Prime Minister Imran Khan regretted not attending the Kuala Lumpur summit in December last year during his visit to Malaysia.
He said there was a misconception in some friendly countries that the conference would divide Muslim Ummah.
Prime Minister Imran Khan had an important meeting with his Malaysian counterpart in the Prime Minister's Office in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Addressing a joint press conference after the meeting, he said, "I want to say that I was very sad that I could not attend a conference in Kuala Lumpur in mid-December".
The Prime Minister said, "Unfortunately some of our close friends in Pakistan felt that perhaps the conference would divide Ummah, which was clearly a misunderstanding as holding the conference shows that its purpose was Ummah. There was no division '.
The Prime Minister said that he was "looking forward" to attending the conference because I think it is important for Muslim countries to inform the Western world and non-Muslim countries about Islam.
He said that "in the face of all misunderstandings, whether intentional or unintentional, it is important that Muslim countries convey the true message of our Prophet."
During the address, he once again regretted not attending the conference in Malaysia.
Responding to a question regarding attending the Kuala Lumpur summit next year, the Prime Minister said, 'Of course I will (attend) because now it is clear that the Kuala Lumpur meeting did not divide Ummah if anything. That I would definitely love to come. '