BRICS Ministers Reiterate support to Afghan Peace Process

The Representatives Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on Friday reiterated support to ‘Afghan-led, Afghan-owned’ peace and reconciliation process.

At the meeting of the BRICS Ministers of Foreign Affairs/International Relations, the representatives reiterated support for international and national efforts to build a peaceful, secure, united, stable, prosperous and inclusive country that exists in harmony with its neighbors, the statement read.

They also expressed their concern over the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan particularly the increase in the number and intensity of terrorist-related attacks on the Afghan National Security Forces, the Government and civilians.
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They looked forward to the Presidential elections scheduled for September 2019, the statement added.

The ministers reaffirmed the commitment to upholding and respecting international law and to an international system in which sovereign States cooperate to maintain peace and security, advance sustainable development and ensure the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all.

The Ministers agreed to further deepen BRICS three-pillar-driven cooperation in the areas of economy, peace and security and people-to-people exchanges.

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