Afghanistan to be discussed in BRICS summit


The summit being held under the Indian administration will also take a document on external reforms

Nancy Tirthani
. The summit meeting of BRICS, an organization of the five big countries of the world, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, is going to be held on Thursday (September 9). PM Narendra Modi will preside over this meeting to be held in a virtual way. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin will also participate in the meeting.

It is believed that the situation after the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan will be an important issue of this meeting. It is also indicated that PM Modi will raise the issue of cross-border terrorism loudly in the meeting. India will try to mention clearly about Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad in the joint statement to be issued after the summit. It has been told by the Ministry of External Affairs that this is the second time that PM Modi will preside over the BRICS summit. The first BRICS summit was held in Goa in 2016, which was chaired by PM Modi. This time in the meeting the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will also attend. In the meeting, India’s NSA Ajit Doval, New Development Bank President Marcos Kojoy, Onkar Kanwar, new President of BRICS Business Council, Dr. Sangeeta Reddy, President of BRICS Women’s Business Alliance, discussed the work done between BRICS countries on different subjects. Forms will be presented.

For this time’s meeting, India had offered to take up four specific issues as a priority. These issues are – changes in multilateral systems like the United Nations, World Health Organization, taking strong measures against terrorism, use of technology to achieve the Millennium Goals set under the United Nations and giving more opportunities for reconciliation among the peoples of the member countries.


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