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Chinese President Jinping may visit India for BRICS Summit this year

If the situation of COVID continues to improve over the next few months, then Chinese President Xi Jinping may come to India to attend the BRICS Summit this year. This has been said in a report in the English newspaper The Times of India.

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If the situation of COVID continues to improve over the next few months, then Chinese President Xi Jinping may come to India to attend the BRICS Summit this year. This has been said in a report in the English newspaper The Times of India. Let us know that China has also supported the hosting of BRICS summit on behalf of India this year.

China said on Monday that it would work closely with India to strengthen cooperation in BRICS, an organization of five emerging economies. This statement came at a time when India-China relations have been tense due to a deadlock on the border in the last several months.

India will preside over the organization BRICS of Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa this year. India is preparing to host the BRICS Annual Conference.

On 19 February, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar initiated the BRICS-2021 website of India at the BRICS Secretariat at Sushma Swaraj Bhawan, Delhi.

This year, on the question of handling BRICS chairmanship on behalf of India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said in a media briefing that Beijing will support holding the summit hosted by New Delhi.

Wang said, “BRICS is a system of cooperation with the global influence of emerging economies and developing countries. BRICS is now a positive, stable and creative force in international affairs. “

Apart from this, he said, “We are firm, united and committed to strengthen the strategic partnership for cooperation.”

Wang said, “We will support India to host the conference this year and to strengthen dialogue with other members, strengthen the three pillars of cooperation, make more progress under BRICS and increase BRICS Plus cooperation.” , Will work to defeat COVID-19, restore economic development and improve global governance. ”

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