BRICS conference: PM Modi said, countries that support terrorists should be blamed - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, November 17, 2020

BRICS conference: PM Modi said, countries that support terrorists should be blamed

New Delhi:
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the BRICS summit on Tuesday. During this time he raised the issue of terrorism. PM Modi said that terrorism is the biggest problem facing the world today.

We must ensure that the countries that support and assist the terrorists are also blamed, and this problem is dealt with in an organized manner.

The PM said that we are happy that the BRICS Counter Terrorism Strategy has been finalized during the chairmanship of Russia. This is a major achievement. India will take this task forward during its presidency.

The Prime Minister emphasized issues like terrorism as well as trade, health, energy and cooperation in the corono virus epidemic. He said that in 2021, 15 years of BRICS would be completed.

Our Sherpa can make a report to evaluate the various decisions taken between us in the past years. During our chairmanship in 2021, we will try to strengthen intra-BRICS cooperation among the three pillars of BRICS.

Due to the capability of the Indian pharma industry during Kovid, we were able to deliver essential medicines to more than 150 countries. Our vaccine production and delivery capacity will also serve the benefit of humanity.

PM Modi further said that the BRICS economy will play an important role in the post-Kovid global recovery. We have more than 42 percent of the world's population. Our countries are among the main engines of the global economy. There is a lot of scope for increasing mutual trade between BRICS countries.

Chinese President Xi Jinping, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to attend the 12th summit of the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) group. The summit is being held at a time when India and China are locked in a bitter border impasse for six months in eastern Ladakh.

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