Leaders of the BRICS countries approved the final Declaration of the summit...

Leaders of the BRICS countries approved the final Declaration of the summit in Goa

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Leaders of the BRICS countries at the summit in India

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Leaders of the BRICS countries at the summit in India, spoke about international terrorism, the conflict in Syria and the sanctions. The next summit will be held in 2017 in China

Leaders of the BRICS countries at the summit in the Indian state of Goa has adopted a final Declarationthat is published on the website of the foreign Ministry of India.

In particular, the Declaration of heads of state pay attention to international terrorism and especially the “Islamic state” (organization banned in Russia), which “are global and unprecedented threat to international peace and security.” “We call on all Nations to carry out effective implementation of the relevant resolutions of the UN security Council”, — the document says.

In addition, the BRICS leaders called on all countries to develop and promote the adoption of a comprehensive Convention on international terrorism within the UN General Assembly “without delay”.

Mentioned in the Declaration about the conflict in Syria. “We urge all parties involved to come to a comprehensive and peaceful end to the conflict, taking into account the legitimate aspirations of the people of Syria through national dialogue and political process led by Syria, on the basis of the Geneva communiqué of 2012, as well as the resolutions of the UN security Council”, — the document says.

In the solution of the conflict in Syria must go on “ruthless” pursuit of terrorist groups included in the list of the UN security Council, including the IG and “Dzhabhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia).

In addition, the leaders of the BRICS countries have condemned unilateral military interventions and economic sanctions in violation of international law and universally recognized norms of international relations.

In conclusion, the Declaration States that India, South Africa, Brazil and Russia approve of the offer of China to host the next summit, which will take place in 2017, and promise on this issue full support.