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Foreign Minister Ali Sabry to Attend BRICS Ministerial Session in Russia

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Foreign Minister Ali Sabry is scheduled to leave for Russia to attend the BRICS Ministerial Session in Nizhniy Novgorod on June 11, 2024, following an invitation from his Russian counterpart.

Invited as the current Chair of the IORA Council of Ministers, Sabry will address the session under the theme “Strengthening Multilateralism for Fair Global Development and Security.” He will speak on the “role of BRICS and Global South in reforming global governance, ensuring sustainable development, and enhancing global security.”

Additionally, Sabry is set to engage in bilateral meetings with ministers from various countries, including Russia.


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