Summit Conference of Major Cities of the World (Major Cities' Summit)
Cumbre de las Grandes Ciudades del Mundo (CUMBRE)
May 1985. Also referred to as Summit of the World's Major Cities (SUMMIT) -- Sommet des grandes villes du monde. As of 2009, ceased to exist.
Solve common problems faced by major cities; form a strategy for sustainable urban development; contribute to world peace by providing an opportunity for city leaders to deepen mutual understanding.
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Summit Conference, with participation based on the following criteria: metropolises with a population of about 1 million or more; one city per country, represented by the mayor/governor of the city. Directorate of Cities, consisting of 10 members. Secretariat based in Tokyo (Japan).
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