Home World From the Brics a message of support for the Russia-Ukraine negotiations

From the Brics a message of support for the Russia-Ukraine negotiations

by admin
From the Brics a message of support for the Russia-Ukraine negotiations

BEIJING – A final statement 75 points long. In which the leaders of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) gathered today – virtually – by the Chinese leader Xi Jinpinghost of this edition, under the slogan “Promote a high quality partnership and usher in a new era of global development”, reaffirmed their commitment to multilateralism, to cooperation based on mutual respect, justice and equality. Reiterating the need for a global reform of the UN, including its Security Council, “in order to make it more representative, effective and efficient”.

Calling on the main developed countries to adopt responsible economic policies to avoid serious repercussions on developing countries. To get to the Ukrainian situation, it is necessary to scroll down to point 22: “We recalled our national positions expressed in the appropriate fora, namely the United Nations Security Council and the United Nations General Assembly. We support the talks between Russia and Ukraine ”. Obviously neutral and in line with previous statements: none of the leaders of Brazil, China, India or South Africa have openly condemned the Russian president so far Vladimir Putin. Interestingly, however, a few lines below the reference to nuclear power: “our commitment is for a world free from nuclear weapons. A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought ”.

Lukjanov: “Moscow will focus on China and India, the idea of ​​a common space with the EU is dead”

by our correspondent Rosalba Castelletti


Space then for solidarity to fight Covid, for economic recovery, for sustainable development. The Global Security Initiative proposed by China a few months ago is not explicitly mentioned. Probably due to the resistance of India which is also part of the Quad, the alliance that brings together Washington, Tokyo, Canberra and Delhi. Instead, there appears the desire to discuss a future enlargement of the acronym, a real concern for Beijing to incorporate other countries of the so-called South of the world.

Doing the honors by opening the summit, Chinese leader Xi Jinping repeated many of the concepts already expressed yesterday at the Brics Business Forum, an event that preceded today’s meeting. An ideal platform for Beijing to promote its vision of how international relations should be conducted. He invited the BRICS countries to greater economic cooperation and returned to lash out – without ever mentioning them – against NATO, the USA and the West: against the Cold War mentality, against the expansion of military alliances, against the use and abuse of sanctions. “We must encourage the international community to practice true multilateralism … and urge the world to reject the Cold War mentality and confrontation between blocs, to oppose unilateral sanctions and abuse of sanctions, and to reject the small circles built around to hegemonism “. A clear message at the G7 summit that opens on Sunday in Germany and at the NATO summit next week, with the historic participation of the leaders of Japan and South Korea.

After the aid to Ukraine, Musk’s satellites end up in China’s crosshairs. Which challenges the tycoon even on electric cars

by our correspondent Gianluca Modolo



The summit brought Putin back to dialogue with international leaders for the first time after the invasion of Ukraine. The Kremlin leader affirms – self-absolving – that “only on the basis of honest and mutually beneficial cooperation can we try to get out of the crisis situation that has developed in the global economy due to the reckless and selfish actions of individual states”. ‘West to “use financial mechanisms” to “unload its macroeconomic policy errors all over the world“.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy