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Dez-07-1985
The First SAARC Summit was held on 7-8th December in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Dez-08-1985
South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was established by India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan.
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Nov-16-1986
The Second SAARC Summit was held on 16-17th November in Bangalore, India.
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Nov-02-1987
The Third SAARC Summit was held on 2-4th November in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Dez-29-1988
The Fourth SAARC Summit was held on 29-31st December in Islamabad, Pakistan.
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Nov-21-1990
The Fifth SAARC Summit was held on 21-23rd November in Male, Maldives.
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Dez-21-1991
The Sixth SAARC Summit was held on 21st December in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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Apr-10-1993
The Seventh SAARC Summit was held on 10-11th April in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Mai-02-1995
The Eighth SAARC Summit was held on 2-4th May in New Delhi, India.
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Mai-12-1997
The Ninth SAARC Summit was held on 12-14th May in Male, Maldives.
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Jul-29-1998
The Tenth SAARC Summit was held on 29-31st July in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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Jan-04-2002
The Eleventh SAARC Summit was held on 4-6th January in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Jan-04-2004
The Twelfth SAARC Summit was held on 4-6th January in Islamabad, Pakistan.
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Nov-12-2005
The Thirteenth SAARC Summit was held on 12-13th November in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Apr-03-2007
The Fourteenth SAARC Summit was held on 3-4th April in New Delhi, India. Afghanistan becomes new member of this regional grouping and US, EU, China, Japan and South Korea becomes observers first time in SAARC's 22-year history.
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Aug-02-2008
The Fifteenth SAARC Summit was held on 2-4th August in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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Apr-28-2010
The 16th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit was held at Thimphu, Bhutan on April 28-29.
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Sep-29-2016
The 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) due in Islamabad in November has been postponed as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and India have decided not to attend.
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