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Prime Minister Modi Attends 15th BRICS Summit in South Africa, Emphasizes Global Cooperation

In order to attend the 15th BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) summit, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out for Johannesburg, South Africa. The summit, which runs from August 22 to 24, is the first time BRICS leaders have met in person since 2019. It has a lot of potential to advance global collaboration and development.

Prior to leaving, Prime Minister Modi emphasized the crucial significance of the BRICS summit as a chance for members to work together on upcoming initiatives and evaluate institutional development. He emphasized the development of BRICS as a crucial platform for addressing challenges affecting the whole Global South while highlighting the coherent agenda across several industries. This includes urgent issues relating to development and the ongoing need to overhaul the international system.

Prime Minister Modi emphasized the importance of the BRICS platform in his message on social media site X after arriving in Johannesburg. He stressed how eager he was to participate in conversations at the BRICS Summit, as well as at the BRICS-Africa Outreach and BRICS Plus Dialogue events. These additional dialogues are expected to stimulate conversations about international development and other issues that are important to the Global South.

The 15th BRICS summit is particularly significant since it represents a return to face-to-face interactions following the disruptions brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak. Reaffirming the BRICS countries’ shared commitment to cooperating on shared objectives, such as sustainable development, economic growth, and international stability, is a major contribution of the summit.

President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa extended the invitation, demonstrating the close ties and common goals among the BRICS member countries. World leaders will assemble at the summit over the coming days to discuss urgent problems affecting the Global South and potential areas of cooperation that could influence the future of this crucial alliance.

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