In 1985, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey founded the organization. As a result of the fall of the Russian Empire in 1992, seven independent Islamic countries joined the organization, as if ten countries were members. Pakistan Iran Turkey Afghanistan Uzbekistan Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Azerbaijan Turkmenistan
The organization aims to promote trade and economic development among member countries.
As the field of education improves in Islamic countries. Contacts between the member countries of the Organization and mutual diplomacy have seen progress towards economic trade and defense.
Pakistan, Iran and Turkey need and are trying to increase the pace of cooperation and development in the member countries. It is certainly a welcome thing for the 10 members to agree and come together on foreign policy.