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At BRICS Summit today, PM Modi and Xi Jinping to meet second time amid Ladakh border standoff

On tuesday at BRICS submit PM Narendra Modi will one more time come face to face with Chinese President Xi Jinping, a week after when the 2 meet virtually at the SCO summit.

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On tuesday at BRICS submit PM Narendra Modi will one more time come face to face with Chinese President Xi Jinping, a week after when the 2 meet virtually at the SCO summit. This is often the second time PM Modi and Xi Jinping will be the part of virtual meet amid the deadlock with China in Ladakh.

the virtual meet which the PM Narendra Modi will be attending on Tues will focus on the anti-terrorism, trade, health, energy and ways to control coronavirus pandemic.

therefore In addition to Chinese President Xi Jinping, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to attend the twelfth summit of the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa cluster.

The BRICS summit comes at a time when India and China carry on to be locked in the bitter border deadlock in eastern ladakh for over 6 months.

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The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said, “At the invite of President Putin, PM Narendra Modi will be attending the twelfth BRICS Summit organized by Russia on november 17 under the subject ‘Global Stability, Shared Security and Innovation Growth'”.

BRICS is recognized as Strong alliance that represents over 3.6 billion people or 1/2 the world’s population.The combined GDP of the BRICS nations is of $ 16.6 trillion.

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The MEA said that the leaders will be discussing intra-BRICS cooperation and key problems within the global context, as well as reform of the multilateral system, measures to mitigate the effect of the going on Covid-19 pandemic, counter-terrorism, trade, energy, health.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that, “India will be holding the position of BRICS, which will be the third BRICS Presidency for India since its origin (after 2012 and 2016)and whost the thirteenth BRICS Summit in 2021.”