BRIC Keywords:, Russia, China, India, Brazil M. L. TITARENKO Academician, Director of IDV RAS S. V. UYANAEV Candidate of Historical Sciences On April 15, 2010, Brazil hosted the Second BRIC Summit (Brazil, Russia, India and China), which was attended by President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of India M. Singh and President of the People's Republic of China Hu Jintao. Key international policy issues were discussed at the meeting, as well as concrete steps to promote cooperation and coordinate activities within the BRIC. The summit participants discussed such topics as interaction in the context of international efforts to overcome the global financial and economic crisis and post-crisis development challenges, including within the framework of the G20 summits, topical issues of countering new challenges and threats, including international terrorism and nuclear security in the context of the Washington summit, climate change issues, and new promising areas of cooperation. areas of cooperation in the BRIC format. Regional issues include Iran's nuclear program, the Middle East settlement, and the situation in Haiti.1 Following the consultations, the BRIC leaders adopted a Joint Statement, which reflected a common vision of the current stage of global development. In particular, it notes that major and rapid changes are taking place in the world, which indicate the need for appropriate changes in global governance in all affected areas. The central role of the G20, the main forum for international economic coordination and cooperation of all its member States, in combating the crisis, was highlighted. The BRIC member countries welcomed the resumption of economic growth, in which emerging market economies play a very important role. However, they acknowledged that the foundation for a global economic recovery was not yet solid; uncertainties remained. "We call on all states to strengthen cooperat ... Read more

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