Vladimir Putin: Russia to promote integration of new BRICS members



Vladimir Putin: Russia to promote integration of new BRICS members

The President pointed to the potential of the association as a regulating institution of the multipolar world order

Russia will help smooth integration of the new BRICS member states into the working structures of the association and will make the necessary decisions by the summit in Kazan. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with the leadership of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

“I ask the government and the Russian Foreign Ministry to continue substantive work and dialogue with partners in order to come to the BRICS summit in Kazan in October with a weighty set of agreed decisions that will set the vector of our cooperation in politics and security, economy and finance, science and culture, sports and humanitarian ties”

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The President emphasised that the BRICS potential will allow it to eventually become “one of the core regulating institutions of the multipolar world order”.

Putin also noted that the systemic changes taking place in the world inspire optimism, as the adoption of the principles of multipolarity in international affairs, including respect for international law and broad representativeness, allows building mutually beneficial relations between states.

The BRICS group has gone through two waves of expansion since its founding in 2006. In 2011, South Africa joined the original membership, which included Brazil, China, India, Russia and Brazil. Five new members – Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE – began full BRICS membership on 1 January 2024.

Photo: kremlin.ru




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