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1st ECO Summit

1992 ECO summit
Host country Iran
Date 16–17 February 1992
Cities Tehran

The 1992 ECO summit was the 1st Tehran, Iran.[1] The summit welcomed the admission of new members Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan as well as allowing limited participation in economic, cultural and technical activities of Northern Cyprus.


  • Attending delegations 1
  • Agenda 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Attending delegations


Discussions were held on the following:

  • Political and economic developments in the region as a result of the collapse of communism
  • Admission of Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan as the new members of ECO
  • Allow Northern Cyprus to participate in the economic, cultural and technical activities of ECO, without prejudice to the respective positions of Member States and the ongoing efforts for a final settlement of the question of Cyprus in accordance with the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions
  • Deteriorating situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, they stressed the need for respect of the human rights of the Kashmiri people and for settling the issue expeditiously in accordance with the wishes of the people of Kashmir, which are yet to be ascertained under long-standing commitments
  • Return of peace in Afghanistan and an offer for full support for the efforts for an early political settlement acceptable to the Afghan people
  • Equitable and durable settlement of the Palestine question based on the restoration of the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people
  • An effort to continue towards the ultimate elimination of all tariff and non-tariff barriers together with all subsidies on exports, following the successful enforcement of the Protocol on Preferential Tariffs,
  • Reviewing ECO’s previous activities and progress made with assurances that the joint efforts of the member countries in transport and communications, energy, industrial and agricultural areas and recommended that the Council of Ministers should take necessary executive decisions for its materialization


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External links

  • Official Website
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