MojNews-The first BRICS meeting with the presence of Iranian officials held.
The first BRICS meeting with the official presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran kicked off on Tuesday morning in Moscow, the capital of Russia.
The deputy foreign ministers of the bloc's 10 member countries are participating in the event.
For the first time, the representatives of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Ethiopia, along with Russia, China, Brazil, India, and South Africa are scheduled to exchange views on BRICS plans in 2024 for three days.
The BRICS group of emerging economies has welcomed 2024 by officially adding five developing nations.
Specifically, the bloc introduced Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Iran, Egypt, and Ethiopia to kick off the new year.
Last year, the BRICS economic alliance has flourished. In what was undoubtedly a year of growth, the bloc fast-tracked a host of initiatives. Those range from its de-dollarization plans to its first-ever expansion bid. The latter of which is finally set to be made official.
Indeed, the BRICS alliance has welcomed 2024 by officially adding five expansion nations to its ranks. Specifically, it introduced Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Iran, Egypt, and Ethiopia to be the first countries to constitute expansion since South Africa was added more than a decade ago.
The expansion is set to have massive geopolitical ramifications, as they could be hugely important to its multipolar goals.