June 2, 2023

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Friend China beats Pakistan, lends support to India – China Russia supports India in stoning Pakistan from BRICS plus event tlifw

Highlights of the story

  • Pakistan was unable to attend the last day of the BRICS meeting
  • Pakistan targeted India anonymously

Amid changing developments internationally, Pakistan has suffered setbacks from China and Russia. At a meeting on the last day of the BRICS summit today, China backed India’s decision to suspend its inclusion in Pakistan.

China has made it clear that it decided to hold the BRICS summit after mutual consultation.

In fact, Pakistan tried to participate in the BRICS Outreach program on June 24, but was unable to do so. Subsequently, when India was targeted, Pakistan was blamed.

Pakistan’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday that “this year’s summit of the BRICS Global Development Summit, in which we noted that many developing countries and emerging economies have been invited.” But it is unfortunate that Pakistan, a member of the BRICS, has stopped playing a role.

But Pakistan did not directly name India. After China’s clarification, this decision seems to have been made on the basis that Pakistan does not qualify as a growing economy.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, who is now responding, said the decision to hold the summit was based on consultations between the BRICS countries. But he did not speak openly about it.

Let us tell you that the BRICS Summit was hosted by China on 23rd and 24th June. On June 24, the last day of the summit, a high-level meeting on global development was held at the BRICS summit. Pakistan as a non-BRICS country wanted to join this meeting but it did not happen. Pakistan blamed India for not being able to attend the meeting. But Pakistan did not directly name India.

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Algeria, Argentina, Cambodia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Fiji, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Senegal, Uzbekistan, Malaysia and Thailand attended the meeting.

According to reports, China is not happy about the pace of projects related to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the steps taken to improve Pakistan’s financial position.

Pakistan is in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a $ 6 billion bailout package.

Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves, which are on the verge of bankruptcy, are almost depleted and need huge financial assistance.

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