In 2006 and 2007 several members of the
Economic Cooperaton Organization issued stamps with a similar design
to commemorate the first anniversary of the third meeting of the
postal authorities of the Organization.
The flags at the top of the stamp are from left to
right: top row-Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgysztan;
bottom row: Pakistan, Takjikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.
The map appears to have been taken directly from
http://www.ecosecretariat.org/Countries/map.htm. The only
differences are the color of the small area intruding into Pakistan and
titled "Disputed territory of Kashmir," which appears in a light blue
on the stamp and a medium brown on the source, and the small print in
the light blue area of the map which says "Persian Gulf." The logo in
the lower right corner is the symbol of the ECO.
On September 15, 2006 Kazakhstan issued a
similar stamp, but with the wrong location for the meeting, Istanbul
(along the right side of the stamp in Cyrillic characters). The
location of the meeting is wrong, and a week after it was issued the
stamp was with drawn and reissued with "Istanbul" crossed out and
"Ankara." printed on the face of the stamp in gold print.
(Because the gold print is so reflective it
appears as black on the scanned image.)