The 16th Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit is being held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan today.
In the summit, the President of Uzbekistan requested humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev emphasized that in the meeting they also discussed the launch of the Trans-Afghan project.
The Islamic Emirate said that a representative from the Islamic Emirate should have been invited to the ECO summit.
The Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit was held in Tashkent without the presence of a representative of the Islamic Emirate.
The president of Uzbekistan in the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) summit requested an increase in humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan.
In this summit, the president of Uzbekistan also emphasized the launching of the Trans-Afghan project.
“Unfortunately, our efforts to sign a preferential trade agreement over the past few years have not yielded the results we expected. There are still many limitations and difficulties in our way to form a business without restrictions. We have to take important steps by accepting this situation and changing it to a positive ... with a new perspective, we must take important steps against the current situation,” said Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the president of Uzbekistan.
Meanwhile, a number of economic analysts said that for the participation of Afghanistan in international conferences, especially the ECO summit, it is necessary for the Islamic Emirate to be recognized by the world first, and the presence of Afghan representatives in international conferences can play an important role in solving the current challenges.
"We must maintain our close relations with the world and give them satisfaction, and in such programs and conferences as the ECO summit, which is very important for us,”said Mohammad Nabi Afghan, economic analyst.
“The annual summit of ECO is held to examine the challenges and opportunities, as well as issues related to decisions on policies that can develop regional trade among the member countries of this organization,” said Mir Shekib Mir, economic analyst.
The Islamic Emirate emphasized that for more effects of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit, a representative from the Islamic Emirate should have been invited.
"This meeting should have been based on economic principles and not on political principles. The issues should not have been investigated. Unfortunately, the Islamic Emirate was not allowed to attend,” Zabihullah Mujahid said.
“The Islamic Emirate seeks to develop economic and trade relations with neighboring countries and the region. Therefore, in the ECO summit, we should seek to expand economic and commercial relations at regional levels,” said Abdul Latif Nazari, Deputy Minister of Economy.
The 16th Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Summit was held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan with the presence of representatives of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and Azerbaijan.