Important Documents

9. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: MARCH 29-30, 2021
The 9th Heart Of Asia – Istanbul Process Was Held In Dushanbe – Tajikistan on 29-30 March 2021. The Conference Was Co Chaired By The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan And Republic Of Tajikistan. Dushanbe Declaration (PDF)

8. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: DECEMBER 8-9, 2019
The 8th Heart Of Asia – Istanbul Process Was Held In Istanbul – Turkey on 8-9 December 2019. The Conference Was Co Chaired By The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan And Republic Of Turkey. Download (PDF)

7. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: DECEMBER 1ST, 2017
The 7th Heart Of Asia- Istanbul Process Ministerial Conference Was Held In Baku, Azerbaijan On 1st December 2017. The Conference Was Co-Chaired By The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan And Republic Of Azerbaijan. Download (PDF)

6. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: DECEMBER 4TH, 2016
The Sixth Heart Of Asia- Istanbul Process Ministerial Conference Was Held In Amritsar, India On 4th December 2016. The Conference Was Co-Chaired By H.E. Mr. Arun Jaitley Finance Minister Of The Republic Of India, And H.E. Mr. Salahuddin Rabbani, Foreign Minister Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan. Download (PDF)

5. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: DECEMBER 9TH, 2015
The Fifth Heart Of Asia Ministerial Conference Took Place On December 9th, 2015 In Islamabad, Islamic Republic Of Pakistan. The Conference Was Co-Chaired By H.E. Sartaj Aziz, Foreign Affairs Adviser To The Prime Minister Of The Islamic Republic Of Pakistan, And H.E. Mr. Salahuddin Rabbani, Foreign Minister Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan. Download (PDF)

4. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: OCTOBER 31ST, 2014
The Fourth Heart Of Asia Ministerial Conference Took Place On October 31st, 2014 In Beijing, People’s Republic Of China. The Foreign Ministers And High-Level Representatives From 14 Heart Of Asia Countries, Joined By 16 Supporting Countries Of The Istanbul Process, As Well As High-Level Representatives From 12 International And Regional Organizations Participated In This Meeting. The Conference Was Co-Chaired By H.E. Mr. Wang Yi, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The People’s Republic Of China, And H.E. Mr. Zarar Ahmad Osmani, Acting Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan. Download (PDF)

3. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: APRIL 26TH, 2013
The Third Heart Of Asia Ministerial Conference Took Place April 26th, 2013 In Almaty, The Republic Of Kazakhstan. The President Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, H.E. Mr. Nursultan Nazarbayev, Inaugurated The Conference, Which Was Co-Chaired By The Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan, H.E. Dr. Zalmai Rassoul, And The Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, H.E. Mr. Erlan Idrissov. The Conference Was Attended By 14 Ministerial And High-Level Delegations From The Heart Of Asia Countries, 16 Ministerial And High-Level Delegations From Supporting Countries Of The Istanbul Process, As Well As 12 High-Level Delegations From International And Regional Organizations. Download (PDF)

2. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: JUNE 14TH, 2012
The Heart Of Asia Ministerial Conference Was Convened On June 14th, 2012 In Kabul As The First Follow-Up Conference To The Istanbul Process. The Conference Was Inaugurated By His Excellency Mr. Hamid Karzai, President Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan, And Co-Chaired By His Excellency Dr. Zalmai Rassoul, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan, And His Excellency Mr. Ahmet Davuto?Lu, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Turkey. The Conference Was Attended By 14 Ministerial And High-Level Delegations From The Heart Of Asia Countries (Listed In Paragraph 35), 14 Ministerial And High-Level Delegations From The Supporting Countries (Listed In Paragraph 36), And 11 High-Level Delegations From Regional And International Organizations (Listed In Paragraph 36). Download (PDF)

1. MINISTERIAL DECLARATION: NOVEMBER 2ND, 2011
The Declaration On “Regional Security And Cooperation For A Secure And Stable Afghanistan” Was Adopted On November 2nd, 2011 At The Istanbul Conference On Afghanistan. The Declaration Was Accepted By Afghanistan, China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, The Kyrgyzstan Republic, Pakistan, The Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, The Republic Of Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, And The United Arab Emirates. Download (PDF)


Seventh Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan
14-15 November, 2017 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan:

  • RECCA-VII Deceleration (PDF)
  • RECCA Annual Review (PDF)
  • RECCA-VII at a glance (EnglishPersian)
  • A New Decade of Progress: From Negotiation To Investment, Construction & Trade (EnglishPersian)
  • Photo Gallery (Business Forum & Special Event – RECCA-VII Main Forum)

High-Level United Nations-Central Asian Dialogue on Implementing the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia:

  • Ashgabat Deceleration (PDF)
  • High Level UN-Central Asian Dialogue on Implementing the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia (PDF)
  • Joint Action Plan For The Implementation of the United Nations Global Counter Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia (PDF)
  • Plan of Action To Prevent Violent Extremism (PDF)
  • Supporting the Joint Action Plan for the Implementation of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia Summary (PDF)

Chairman Statement:

  • Chairman’s Statement  The Kabul Process for Peace  Security Cooperation (English) (Dari) (Pashto)

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Main Event (October 5, 2016):

  • Agenda
  • The National Unity Government Highlights of Achievements
  • Afghanistan National Peace and Development Framework (ANPDF)
  • SMAF Progress Report
  • National Priority Programs
  • Afghanistan Agriculture – The Unfinished Journey

Empowered Women, Prosperous Afghanistan  (October 4, 2016):

  • Agenda
  • Concept Note
  • Kabul Symposium Recommendations
  • Afghanistan’s National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 – Women, Peace, and Security
    • Indicators with Baseline and Targets

Regional Cooperation & Prosperity:

  • Agenda
  • Concept Note
  • National Infrastructure Plan
  • Regional Connectivity Plan
  • Regional Data Connectivity Digital Central Asia and South Asia (Digital CASA)
  • Regional Data Connectivty Faizabad-Wakhan-Kashgar Fiber Optics network
  • Regional Energy Kabul-Kunar River Hydropower Generation
  • Regional Energy Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan 500-KV Power Transmission Project (TAP)
  • Regional Transportation Afghanistan Railway Transport System Investment
  • Small and Medium Sized Priority Projects in Afghanistan
  • 10 Years RECCA – From Negotiation to Investment, Constriction and Trade: A New Decade of Progress

Warsaw Summit Communiqué:
Warsaw 8-9 July 2016

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Sixth Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan
3-4 September, 2015:

RECCA Afghanistan

Main Document:

Chairman’s Statement:

Reports:

Previous Documents:

  • RECCA V – Dushanbe 2012:
    Dushanbe Declaration on Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan – PDF
  • RECCA IV – Istanbul 2010:
    Istanbul Declaration on Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan – PDF
  • RECCA III – Islamabad 2009:
    Islamabad Declaration on Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan – PDF
  • RECCA II – New Delhi 2006:
    New Delhi Declaration on Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan – PDF
  • RECCA I – Kabul 2005:
    Kabul Declaration on Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan – PDF

Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan:
July 8, 2012

The Tokyo Conference On Afghanistan

Documents:

Outcome and Declaration:

More Information:


Chicago Summit on Afghanistan:
20-21 May, 2012

Chicago Summet


The International Afghanistan Conference Bonn:
December, 2011

Bonn Conference

Conference Conclusions:

Participants:

Further Documents:


Istanbul Conference for Afghanistan:
2 November, 2011

Istanbul Conference


Kabul International Conference on Afghanistan:
20 July, 2010

Kabul International Confefence On Afghanistan