Jaishankar calls for zero tolerance to cross-border terrorism at BRICS meet | Latest News India

External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Thursday stated BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) should show zero tolerance in direction of terrorism, particularly cross-border terrorism. 

Jaishankar, who addressed a digital meeting of the bloc, spoke about eight key factors throughout his tackle. 

He stated that BRICS has repeatedly affirmed respect for sovereign equality, territorial integrity and worldwide legislation. “We must live up to these commitments,” he stated.

He stated the knock-on results of the Ukraine battle have led to sharp will increase within the prices of vitality, meals and commodities, including that this should be mitigated for the sake of the growing world.

“BRICS should unanimously and specifically support UN Security Council reform.” 

Jaishankar additionally spoke about urgent for credible dedication of resources by developed nations for local weather motion and local weather justice.

‘We should not solely search socio-economic recovery from the Covid pandemic, but additionally create resilient and dependable provide chains.”

A globalised and digitised world will give due regard to belief and transparency, he stated, including sustainable improvement targets should be approached in a complete method.

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