Central Asian Cooperation Organization (CAC)
Apr 1994, as Central Asian Economic Community (CAEC), on signature of a treaty by the governments of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Tajikistan became a full member in Mar 1998. Also referred to as Common Economic Space (CES) and Central Asian Union. Reorganized under current title, 28 Dec 2001, Tashkent (Uzbekistan), in accordance with Tashkent Declaration of heads of member states. Ceased to exist, 7 oct 2005, when merged into H-XD8686 - Eurasian Economic Community (EurAseC).
Further progress and diversify political dialogue; develop the forms and mechanisms of regional economic integration; deepen mutual understanding on joint security issues; elaborate mutual efforts in maintenance of peace and stability in the region; develop cooperation in political, trade and economic, scientific and technical, cultural and humanitarian spheres.
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'Inter-State Council' (meets 2-4 times a year), comprises the Presidents and Prime Ministers of member states. Decisions are implemented by 'Council of Prime Ministers' and 'Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs'. Presidency of the Inter-State Council and its other institutes rotates among participating states (2-year terms). Executive Committee functions as executive agency of the Inter-State Council.
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