China’s Xi Jinping to be present virtual BRICS summit chaired by India

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the communist party of China CPC Central Committee, Chinese President and Chairman of the Central Military Commission, delivers an important speech at a 100th anniversary ceremony of the founding of the CPC in Beijing, capital of China, July 1, 2021.

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Chinese president Xi Jinping will virtually meet his colleagues from Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa at the 13th BRICS summit on September 9, the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday.

When the term used to be first conceived, BRIC referred to the four prominent emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China. South Africa was added in 2010. Together, the five countries group bills for almost one quarter of the world’s total GDP and over 16% of world trade.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modic will chair Thursday’s meeting, die shall also are attended by Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro, the Russian Vladimir Putin and Cyril Ramaphosa from South Africa. India currently keeps the group’s rotating chair.

India has outlined four priority areas for his chair included reforms for multilateral organizations such as the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund, counter-terrorism and using technology sustainable achievement development targets, according to the Indian ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“Besides these areas, the leaders also change minds on the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic and others current global and regional issues,” the MEA said Monday.

Although the Indian ministry did not specify which global of regional issues would be discussed, it is expected that Afghanistan on the agenda. developments in Kabul will probably directly impact on China, India and Russia.

Indias national security adviser Ajit Doval will present at the summit.

Modi previously chaired the BRICS summit in 2016 in goa. Last year, the meeting shifted to a virtual size due to the pandemic.

Fate of BRICS has fallen apart since the first summit was held in Russia more than a decade ago. While China and India have grown exponentially, Russia, Brazil and South Africa have stumbled in exert their influence on the global economy.

Meanwhile, the relationship between China and India deteriorated last year follow border conflicts high in the Himalayas.

— Evelyn Cheng of CNBC contributed to this report.

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