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Home>>Features >> Peace Mission 2007 >> Supplement
16:03, July 26, 2007

Third Summit in Moscow 2003


The heads of Tajikistan, China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan (from right to left) pose for a photo in St. Petersburg, May 29, 2003. The third SCO summit was held in Moscow to discuss ways to meet challenges and strengthen cooperation in the region. At the summit, the leaders reached consensus on the institutionalization of the SCO and on some major international issues. A joint declaration was issued after the meeting, in which the leaders vowed to further develop a partnership comprehensively among the six countries to face new threats and challenges and expressed satisfaction over the progress made since the establishment of the SCO. The declaration also recognized the important role of the United Nations in world issues and asked for extensive cooperation across the world in the fight against terrorism, drug and other cross-border crimes.

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