India blocks Pakistan’s invitation to non-member BRICS meeting

India blocked an invite to Pakistan for the “High Stage Dialogue on Global Development”. The Dialogue held indeed at the sidelines of the BRICS conference’s remaining week. Leaders of dozen non-member nations of the BRICS alliance attended the assembly. It was held on June 24. However, the absence of Pakistan from the assembly did made quite a remarkable effect. A key strategic companion of China and a part of the flagship Belt and Road Initiative.
There turned no rationalization from both China and Pakistan. However, the Foreign Office finally issued the authentic version on Monday. Without naming any country, FO Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar stated that a member country of BRICS played a vital role in blocking an invite to Pakistan. “Pakistan congratulates China on the successful hosting of the BRICS conferences. “We have stated that this year a ‘High-stage Dialogue on Global Development’ was held as a BRICS special occasion.

Wherein some of developing/emerging economies has invited.” Foreign Office Stated. “China, the host country engaged with Pakistan prior to the BRICS meetings. In which choices were took after consultations with all BRICS participants. The choices included decisions such as extending an invite to non-participants. Unfortunately, a member blocked Pakistan’s participation.” the spokesperson added. “However, we do desire that future participation of the country might be primarily based on the ideas of inclusivity. keeping in view the general interests of the growing world.

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In a way that is without slender geopolitical considerations,” Iftikhar stated. “Sanctions are a boomerang and a double-edged sword’” says China’s Xi. The spokesperson stated Islamabad favored Beijing’s function in promoting the struggles of the growing nations. Together with China, Pakistan was a strong voice for international peace, shared prosperity, and inclusive development. “Pakistan is the modern chair of G77+China and a part of a set of alliances of the Global Development Initiative (GDI).” Pakistan and China are all-time strategic companions and our iron brotherhood stays strong. The nations are completely devote to taking our all-spherical cooperation to better tiers each bilaterally and multilaterally.” Pakistan stands geared up with all growing nations, such as the BRICS participants, for addressing the challenges confronted by the global community.

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