The heads of the Central Asian Cooperation Organization will discuss joint efforts to revive Afghanistan's economy at their meeting in Almaty on July 5-6.
Other topics for discussion will include the past and future activities of the organization, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry told Interfax on Wednesday.
The organization was set up in Tashkent in December 2001 on the basis of the Central Asian Economic Cooperation Organization.
At present, it comprises Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
Interfax, June 25, 2003