Putin corroborates with BRICS countries, blaming West as ‘selfish’

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Putin corroborates with BRICS countries, blaming West as ‘selfish’: Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken of the need for ‘multilateral cooperation’ between the five BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, China, India and South Africa – to solve ‘a global economic crisis caused by selfish actions of other nations’.

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