RIAC says countries try to join BRICS to disobey US orders 14:56

Some countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) want to join the BRICS to avoid being dictated by Washington. such an opinion expression Tatyana Deitch, a leading researcher at the Institute of African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and an expert at the Russian Council of International Relations (RIAC), in a conversation with the RIA Novosti agency.

According to him, Argentina, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia want to join the alliance. “States that do not want to obey the orders of the United States want to join the BRICS,” Deutsch said.

He noted that today the formation of a multipolar world order has taken place.

In the second half of April, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, declarationThat more and more countries of the Global South are seeking to establish ties with and become full members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as well as the BRICS.

This week the head of the Ministry of Sports of Russia Oleg Matytsin presented Russian President Vladimir Putin will host the BRICS Games.

Source: Gazeta


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