KAMPALA - The Organisation of the Islamic Conference will study the impact of rising oil prices on its member states, the group's Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said Friday. Foreign ministers from the 57-nation OIC, the world's largest forum of Islamic nations, held a two-day meeting in Kampala, where oil and an international food crisis were on top the agenda. In the declaration, the organisation condemned all acts of terrorism, and underlined importance of cooperation against terrorism. The members also condemned Islamophobia and discrimination against Muslims, and called on the international community to take efficient measures to prevent them. It also condemned terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and called on the international community to extend more assistance to the Afghan government and people. "The council of ministers has also requested the OIC Secretary-General, in cooperation with relevant OIC institutions, to study (the) impact of high oil and commodity prices on the economies of the member states, with a view to suggesting policy for possible implementation at both individual and collective levels," Ihsanoglu told reporters at the end of the meeting. "The conference also recognised the importance of the impact of the international food crisis on the economies of several OIC member states and urged the secretariat to initiate action in dealing with this crisis," he added. Oil crude futures surged above 136 dollars a barrel Friday. The OIC called for an end to the isolation of Turkish Cypriots in the "Kampala Declaration" adopted at the foreign ministers' meeting of the organisation in the Ugandan capital. In the declaration, the organisation reiterated its commitment to a fair solution of the Cyprus problem. "The organisation once more reaffirms its solidarity with its Muslim brothers in North Cyprus," the declaration said.    OIC member states also voiced their support for a peaceful solution to the Arab-Israeli dispute, and welcomed the signing of the Doha Agreement that solved the political crisis in Lebanon. The declaration also supported efforts to ensure national compromise among all Iraqi people, and emphasized the importance of preservation of Iraq's sovereignty, territorial integrity and national unity. The organisation said that member states had the right to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, and also said that the Iran nuclear energy controversy should be solved through peaceful means.