Argentina has been invited by Chinese president Xi Jinping to participate in three BRICS events taking place in the coming four weeks. The first will be a get-together of political parties, social organizations and think tanks, a second on May 20th, is a summit of foreign ministers from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, BRICS full members, and the Argentine minister guest. Finally, on June24 a summit of the five-plus one leaders is scheduled.1 comment
President Jair Bolsonaro Economy minister, Paulo Guedes said that Brazil clearly condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine but is point blank against imposing economic sanctions on Moscow, a close BRICS partner.
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