BRICS summit to be held in India after July
Beijing: Chinese President Jin Ping is expected to visit India this year. It seems that Jinping will come if the meeting of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) countries in India takes place directly, rather than virtually. In the wake of last year’s tense border between India and China and the death of dozens of soldiers on both sides of the border in the wake of the war, there are positive signs that Jinping is attending the summit from China.
China, which has said it will fully support the holding of the BRICS summit in India this year, has made it clear that the summit has nothing to do with the issue. To this end, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wen Bin said: “We will work with India and other BRICS member states. We will discuss stronger bilateral ties and cooperation between all member states. We will also focus on economic, political and security issues.
Although it was initially planned to hold the conference online after July this year, several key conferences will be held in Europe and the UK before the BRICS summits. The Government of India intends to review the manner in which these have been conducted and then invite all Heads of State to hold a face-to-face meeting.
After being locked down for pandemic control in March last year, Prime Minister Modi will make his first foreign trip to Bangladesh in March. He will then attend the J7 Summit in the UK in May and the India EU Meet in Portugal. After that the dates of the BRICS summit in India will be finalized.
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