BRICS Aims Towards the Consolidation of a Multipolar and Fair World: Lavrov

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“Multipolarity is an objective process in a development that is impossible to stop,” the Russian diplomat said.

On Tuesday, Russian Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov confirmed that the BRICS countries seek the formation of a new international order based on multipolarism and fair relations between nations.

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“Multipolarity is not something that depends on the wishes of a state or a group of states… It is an objective process in a development that is impossible to stop,” he said at the end of the two-day ministerial meeting held in the city of Nizhny Novgorod.

“BRICS has objectively configured itself as a group of countries interested in justice prevailing in the international arena. It does not intend to establish itself as a pole. In the polycentric world, there will be many more poles,” he added.

The Russian Diplomat highlighted that the attitude of the BRICS is opposed to the “Western colonial mentality” that seeks to stop the multilateralization of the international community by any means so as to maintain the U.S. hegemony.

⚡️ Joint Statement of the #BRICS Ministers of Foreign Affairs/International Relations (Nizhny Novgorod, June 10, 2024)

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“Without shame, they declare that they cannot allow themselves to change the world order in which the leading role belongs to the U.S., the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and the European Union,” Lavrov stressed, highlighting that the BRICS accepted Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, and Iran as new members this year.

“The number of countries that expressed interest in joining our work is invariably growing and is now approaching three dozen,” he said, adding that the BRICS are studying modalities to implement a new category of “partner” countries.

“The number of countries that expressed interest in joining our work is invariably growing and is now approaching three dozen,” he said, adding that the BRICS are studying modalities to implement a new category of “partner” countries. Among those countries aspiring to join the BRICS are, for example, Venezuela, Turkey, Sri Lanka, and Kazakhstan.

On Tuesday, at the end of the Nizhny Novgorod meeting, the BRICS foreign ministers adopted a joint declaration whereby they advocate cooperation in politics, security, economy, finance, culture, and humanitarian exchanges.

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Sources: EFE

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