In another important step, BRICS foreign ministers strongly advocated strengthening and reforming of multilateral organizations, especially the United Nations and important organs such as the Security Council, the General Assembly, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and the World Health Organization. .
Foreign ministers of the five countries included in BRICS.
Terming the corona virus as the most serious challenge in recent history, the five-nation organization BRICS on Tuesday discussed ways to deal with it and in an important step, India and India and India and India are seeking to temporarily remove the patent on the COVID-19 vaccine. South Africa’s proposal supported. In his inaugural address, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South African Countries) strives for a fair, inclusive and multipolar international order that recognizes the equal sovereignty of all countries and Respect their territorial integrity.
As the President of BRICS for the year 2021, India has hosted this meeting, which includes Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, South African Minister of International Relations Grace Naledi Mandisa Pandor and Brazil’s Foreign Minister Carlos Alberto. Franco participated. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar presided over it. Jaishankar’s statement on the need to respect territorial integrity came in the backdrop of the border standoff between India and China in eastern Ladakh. Later Russia’s Foreign Minister Lavrov made a similar comment at a press conference in Moscow.
Namaste – from the BRICS. Concluded a productive Foreign Ministers Meeting. pic.twitter.com/f2Z7PgvNv6
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) June 1, 2021
According to the joint statement, the foreign ministers of this organization also took a pledge to combat all forms of terrorism including cross-border terrorism and also decided to intensify joint efforts to mobilize support for the India-supported International Terrorism (Prevention) Composite Treaty. The foreign ministers also decided to finalize the result-oriented action plan by the anti-terrorism task force of this organization in 2021. Sources said India was successful in persuading foreign ministers to use strong language against terrorism, including cross-border movement of terrorists, terrorism financing networks and safe havens.
The BRICS Foreign Ministers strongly advocated strengthening and reforming multilateral organizations, particularly key organs such as the United Nations and the Security Council, the General Assembly, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and the World Health Organization. . The foreign ministers also issued an independent statement on measures to reform multilateral bodies. Sources said that for the first time it was agreed to issue a joint independent statement on the reform of the multilateral system between the foreign ministers of BRICS countries.
BRICS represents 41 percent of the world’s population, 24 percent of GDP and 16 percent of global trade. The modalities to deal with the corona virus, including sharing of technology to increase vaccine production and improving the supply chain of medical products, dominated the digital meeting of the Foreign Ministers of BRICS. The organization emphasized on the rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines and their distribution, especially in developing countries, and called for further cooperation among the concerned parties for various vaccines.
The ministers reiterated their commitment to the need to use all relevant measures during the pandemic, including the ongoing COVID-19 vaccine Intellectual Property Rights Waiver in the WTO and Ease of TRIPS (Trade Aspects Related to Intellectual Property Rights) in the joint statement, the joint statement said. Includes supporting discussions. According to the joint statement, the ministers accepted the role of intensive vaccination against COVID-19 to put a complete stop to this epidemic. The statement said they reiterated the need to promote vaccine dose sharing, technology transfer, development of local production capacities, improvement in the supply chain of medical products, price transparency, and called for restraint on the steps that lead to vaccines, health There may be a bottleneck in the flow of products and BRICS also welcomed the Gaza ceasefire.
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