Russia, India support China's preparation for BRIC Summit

Updated: 2010-11-15 22:39


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WUHAN - Russia and India Monday reiterated their readiness to coordinate with China as it prepares for the third BRIC Summit and related events in 2011.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Indian Minister of External Affairs SM Krishna made the statements when they met with Yang Jiechi, Chinese Foreign Minister, on Monday.

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The ministers expressed their determination to work toward strengthening cooperation within the BRIC group, which was acquiring growing importance.

During the meeting, Yang said the three countries could cooperate more in safeguarding security in the Asia-Pacific region.

Yang said they should insist on common security, resolve disputes in a peaceful way and work together on non-traditional threats to make further efforts on regional security cooperation.

The foreign ministers agreed to push forward trilateral practical cooperation and decided the next trilateral foreign ministers' meeting would be held in Russia in 2011.

"BRIC" is an acronym for Brazil, Russia, India and China.

In recent years, the four nations have strengthened dialogue and cooperation, and held frequent exchanges of views on major issues in the international economic and development fields.

During the second BRIC Summit in Brazil this year, Chinese President Hu Jintao announced the next BRIC Summit would be held in China in 2011.

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