India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Will Attend The BRICS Meeting
India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Will Attend The BRICS Meeting Starts On Tuesday.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Is Also Attending This Meeting. This Virtual BRICS Meet Is Very Special.
Apart From This, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Brazilian Foreign Minister Carlos Franco Franca, South African Foreign Minister Grace Naledi Pandor Will Also Participate In This Meet.
This Meeting Is Taking Place At A Time When Almost All The Countries Of The World Including India Are Battling The Covid-19 Pandemic.
India’s Stand Will Be Very Interesting In This Meeting Being Led By India, On Which All Eyes Are On. In Addition To India, The BRICS Organization Includes Brazil, Russia, China And South Africa.
In This Meeting To Be Held In The Midst Of The Covid-19 Pandemic, India’s Priority Is To Get Complete Control Over The Pandemic In The Country.
The Second Wave Of The Coronavirus Pandemic In India Has Proved To Be Very Dangerous.
At The Same Time, India Has Been Included In Those Countries Which Have Made Available Medical Material Including Vaccine To The Needy Countries. Brazil Is One Of These Countries.
Russia Paid the Duty of Friendship By Sending Its Sputnik V To India For Vaccination
At The Same Time, Russia Has Paid The Duty Of Friendship By Sending Its Sputnik V To India For Vaccination.
This Meeting Of BRICS Foreign Ministers Has Also Become Special Because Till Now Doubts Remain Regarding The Border Dispute Between India And China. According To The Information, China Is Continuously Intensifying Activities Around The Line Of Actual Control (LAC).
At The Same Time, The Role Of China Regarding The Origin Of The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Constantly Being Questione.
The US Is Constantly Putting Pressure On The World Health Organization (WHO) To Investigate The Issue More Deeply. Many Countries Are Supporting The US On This Issue.
India Has Also Said That The World Health Organization (WHO) Should Investigate The Origin Of The Virus Afresh.
In A Release Issued By The Indian Ministry Of External Affairs. It Has Been to Indicated That It Will Take Up The Issue Of Reforms In The Existing Global Multinational Forums In This Meeting From Its Side.
It Has Been to Said In This Meeting That In View Of The Current Challenges. All The Ministers Will Also Consider Changing The Multilateral System And Increasing The Capacity.
Apart From This, Sustainable Issues Of Development. Terrorism And Strengthening Cooperation Among The Member Countries Will Also Be A Part Of This Meeting.