Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attending the 15th BRICS Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, from the 22 to 24 this month. The summit will provide an opportunity to highlight potential areas of future collaboration and assess institutional advancement. Modi believes the BRICS has evolved into a forum for addressing global South issues and improving the multilateral system. He plans to retain bilateral conversations with some of the administrators in Johannesburg. Modi will also be the first Indian prime minister to visit Greece in 40 years.
PM Modi leaves for Johannesburg ahead of the BRICS Summit
The BRICS acronym stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa’s respective global economies. Narendra Modi continued, “I am excited to engage in bilateral interactions with a few Officials heading to Johannesburg.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Johannesburg
Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Johannesburg to participate in the 15th BRICS Summit. Modi said he is looking forward to having bilateral interactions with some of the worldwide administrators in Johannesburg in his leaving statement before traveling to South Africa. According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Modi is attending the BRICS Summit at Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa’s invitation.
An insightful chance to pinpoint potential areas of future collaboration
According to Modi, the summit will give participants a beneficial prospect to highlight potential areas of future partnership and assess institutional advancement. He added that the BRICS has been actively pursuing a robust agenda of sector-wide cooperation.
“BRICS has evolved into a forum…,” Modi
PM Modi said, “We appreciate that BRICS has evolved into a forum for addressing and contemplating matters of interest to the whole Global South, involving advancement requirements and improvements of the multilateral system.” In addition, he stated, “I anticipate retaining bilateral conversations with some of the Administrators present in Johannesburg.”
PM Modi stated, “I hope to keep having bilateral conversations”
“South Africa’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, requested me to visit, and I’m headed there from August 22 to August 24, 2023, to attend the 15th BRICS Summit, which the Republic of South Africa is going to host in Johannesburg,” Modi said. “I am looking towards retaining bilateral conversations with some of the Leaders visiting Johannesburg,” he continued.
PM Modi’s official Greece trip
According to Modi, he will depart from South Africa and fly to Athens, Greece, on the upcoming 25 of the month at Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ invitation. He added that it was an honor for him to be the first Indian prime minister to travel to Greece in 40 years.
The global economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa are collectively known as BRICS. August 22–24 will see the summit’s events. The trip commemorates the 30th anniversary of the diplomatic ties between India and South Africa and will be Modi’s third visit to the country.