BRICS to Advance Agenda for Development, Peace, Reform: PM Modi

PM Modi said he is looking forward to finding common resolve and solutions to entrenched problems of the region.

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Chinese academics and analysts have floated the idea of pushing for a free-trade agreement among the BRICS. (Photo: PTI)
  • Ahead of BRICS and BIMSTEC Summits, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he is looking forward to building bridges to new partnerships and finding common resolve and solutions to entrenched problems of the region.
  • PM Modi said he will hold discussions with President Putin over "pressing international and regional challenges that stand in the way of our goals".
  • He also expressed hope that the BRICS Summit in Goa will strengthen intra-BRICS cooperation and advance the common agenda for development, peace, stability and reform.
  • Referring to India-Russia Annual Summit, the Prime Minister said Putin's visit will give an opportunity to consolidate and reaffirm a unique time-tested friendship and partnership with Russia.

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