Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukranian President Viktor Yushchenko, President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko, Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbaev, Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, Armenian President Robert Kocharyan, Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliev, Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov, Tajikistan President Emomali Rakhmonov, Kyrgyzstan President Kurmanbek Bakiev and Deputy Prime Minister of Turkmenistan Aganiyaz Akyev took part in the meeting.
The session began with a meeting between the heads of states, after which they were joined by members of the delegations.
The summit's results included the adoption of collective documents and appeals, including “On the improvement and reform of Commonwealth organs.”
The Presidents approved the Statement for the UN's 60th Anniversary, the Agreement on Cooperation in the Sphere of the Humanities, and the Report to CIS Peoples and the International Community for the 20th Anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant's Failure.
The adopted documents include: the Concept for Border Policy Coordination among the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States; the Report on Cooperation between Border Officials and Other Departments of the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States when resolving (liquidating) Crisis Situations along External Borders; the 2006–2008 Programme of Cooperation between the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States to Prevent illegal migration; the 2005–2007 Programme of Cooperation between the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the Struggle against Terrorism and other Violent Instances of Extremism; On the Interstate Council of the Heads of the Financial Organs of the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States; the Statement by the Heads of the States of the Commonwealth of Independent States on the occasion of Kazan's 1000th anniversary.
The CIS Presidents also decided that 2006 will be the Year of Commonwealth.
After the end of the CIS summit, the heads of states of the Commonwealth made a joint press statement. The Statement highlighted the necessity of improving the Commonwealth's integration institutions, and noted that all CIS members expressed a general interest in further developing possibilities for cooperation.
The Presidents then walked through Kazan's Kremlin, visited the Kul Sharif mosque, and the Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation.