BRICS foreign ministers issue communique on upholding multilateralism

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    The foreign ministers of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (#BRICS) held a virtual meeting on Tuesday. Key issues covered in the meeting include COVID-19, #multilateralism and countering #terrorism.

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