Global South countries want to join the BRICS

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The BRICS expansion, which comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, is moving forward with an eye to the future. summit the unification in August came to the fore. This is especially true in the countries of the Global South, where the BRICS is growing in popularity. The entry of new countries can make the group of countries stronger as a counterbalance to the collective West.

The BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are still seeing improvements despite a lot of turmoil on the international stage. Given the tensions over Ukraine and Taiwan and discussions about increasing de-dollarization, it is also increasingly clear that the united states have sufficient economic and political power to uphold its own sovereignty, to pursue independent policies and not to be controlled. by others to limit alliances or nations.

The BRICS plays a central role, especially with regard to the creation of a new, more just world order. In this regard, the association has long stated that the current international system in terms of power distribution is not only unfair, but also faces current challenges such as global geopolitical conflicts or an impending world economic collapse. had simply failed and was therefore replaced by a new multipolar alternative which had to be replaced. The BRICS efforts to create an alternative to the US dollar-based financial system and to introduce new primary and reserve currencies are of particular importance.

Despite the open conflict between the collective West and Russia and China, many members of the world community now welcome the position of the BRICS, with an increasing number of countries expressing their interest in joining the association. Two candidates, Argentina and Iran, applied for BRICS membership last year. But so far, they are the only ones who want to officially join the community.

However, ahead of the forthcoming annual summit of BRICS nations, which will take place in August in Durban, South Africa, the topic of the possible expansion of the group of countries is even more important. There is now talk of nearly 30 countries wanting to join the BRICS.

Countries express interest in the BRICS

In this case reported Bloomberg’s agency reported in April, referring to the group’s South African ambassador, Anil Sooklaal, that a total of 19 countries had expressed their interest in joining the BRICS. Algeria, Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are said to have officially applied to join the group.

other media based on Sooklal recently indicated that more than 30 countries are now aiming to join the BRICS group. In addition to the five countries mentioned, they include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela and Belarus.

Like The Japan Times newspaper writeThe Cape Town Summit will discuss formal and informal applications from at least 20 countries and modalities for future expansion.

“This is positive news for the bloc as it shows Global South’s confidence in our group’s leadership,” Sooklal said. According to him, most of the countries in the Global South – some 100 states – are still largely marginalized when it comes to global decision-making, which is why the BRICS seeks to create an “inclusive” international order that “breaks down existing fault lines in global architecture, geopolitics, geoeconomics and finance.” ”.

“What you see here is that these countries want a bigger voice in an evolving global architecture. […] They want to see a multipolar, multicultural and multicultural world, not dominated by one or two hegemons, and where they have more freedom and choice to determine what is in their best interest.”

Indeed the BRICS is enjoying increasing popularity, particularly in the countries of the Global South. For the BRICS, on the other hand, the Global South, to which many developing countries are members, is very important to expand the community. Because by accepting more countries, groups of countries can become more powerful as counterweights to the collective West, which in turn can lose its influence in the world.

Red.: South Africa grants immunity to all BRICS heads of government, and therefore also to Russian President Vladimir Putin, from attending the summit. As a member of the International Criminal Court (ICC), South Africa was in fact obligated to arrest Putin, because an arrest warrant was issued by the ICC in March for “the unlawful deportation and transfer of Ukrainian children from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation”. Immunity, like that justified The South African Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ non-compliance with arrest warrants applies to the entire conference, not to individual participants. South Africa does this at all conferences and summits. It remains uncertain whether Putin will attend the summit. From the Kremlin called that, Russia would be adequately represented.

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