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Thursday, August 31, 2017

rough jinping transcript opening brics leadership summit 4 sept
Preidents.. dera friends
Weolcome to xiame brics summts
Look fowrad to working with all of you brics brigahter future – blueptint new journey
I will make remarks on behalh of china- and then president will add their remarks

Brics cooperationglorous decade journey thoug separated by biography committed winw-in
Partnersip thicker than glue, stronger than stone
-rapid development support fir each other
pushed forward economic and people to people cooperation
and worke with other emerging countries
our progress shows
seek win-win results
brics cooperation beceome more important as world canges
our people expect deblopment, international community expects justice …
result oriented cooperation is our process
statistics show of 197 bn $ outward invstmnt only 5% took place between our countries
we need to ficvsu on result orient cooperation, connectivity, sustainable debelopment, innovation

trade in services roadmap
brics ecommecre intitation’actiuon ollan for innovation action pkans for seeper industry

set up eport networl
local currency nod

pracxtiacl cooepartion more institutionalized

wish to announce china will launch tech policu exchanges – 500 mn yuan’ 4 myn dolar to support ndb structure’ we most seize opportuntioes new insdutrail revoluation endhnace sustained links between us

strengther complienatrainess of our nationa stgartegies and common goals for development

focus 3 billion people creativity opeing up huge space fpor development –[shared benfits where our dev p[oliceis converge, comnnectivity tradde and insfratructure sustainably

share experience of entrepreneurship and innovatin
import ant strike balance psed of growth and balance soith sustainability, inclusive development

neet do make intl order more just and equaitable – we 5 countreis need to plkaty more active parft on global governamce- spak with one voice and jointly present outsolutiosn to eg peace, remain commited multilateralism and stable environment for all countries, open world conomy; increase voice of deve;oping countries and addres dev gap between south and north

promote epopee to peope exchange , amity between people is core- spirit of partnership worth cause de,amds our commitment

please to note how this is being tarsnlated in realty brics games file festival hi-level meeting on traditiona medicince- expkland outrsech to encourage more exchange of diverse cultures – this is just beginning in future history olf brics


lets set sail from xiame round 2ng gokden decade of brics cooperation

BRICS summit 2017: PM Narendra Modi-China President Xi Jinping meet will be focal point

  
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Published on Sep 2, 2017
The three-day BRICS summit is set to begin on Sunday in China’s southwestern city of Xiamen where India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are likely to meet on the sidelines. Although economic, security and other multilateral issues will figure in the annual meet of the five-member grouping, a probable one-on-one between Modi and Xi will be a focal point, especially after the protracted military standoff along the Sino-India border in Doklam.

“Since the (Doklam) dispute has been resolved, the Xiamen meeting (bilateral meet between Modi and Xi) will be a turning point,” Wang Dehua, an expert at one of China’s top think tanks the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told IANS. Wang, who was one of the Chinese experts threatening India with war during the standoff at Doklam, said “there was no reason for India and China to be hostile to each other”.

“I always advocate ‘Chindia’ which is integration of China and India. I think it is a turning point. If we work together, the world will listen to us,” Wang said. The troops of India and China were locked in an over two-month standoff over stopping construction of a Chinese road by the Indian Army in Doklam, at the tri-junction of India, China and Bhutan.
The dispute, which had begun to threaten the success of the BRICS summit, was resolved on Monday. “It’s good news that Modi is coming, but the reasons causing such kind of stand-offs increase strategic mistrust,” Hu Shisheng, director of the Institute of South and Southeast Asia and Oceania Studies at the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, told IANS.
Asked about the issues he expects that will figure in the meet, Hu said: They (Modi and Xi) should give a kind of signal that this standoff does not happen again.” When questioned what if Modi raises India’s concerns over terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Hu said: “This is the time of recovery. They will meet in the general way to discuss bilateral issues.”

“It will take some time to recover from the damage,” he said referring to the face-off. China has ruled out discussion on India’s concerns over terrorism emanating from Pakistan at the summit.This is one of the thorny issues between India and China. Beijing’s Belt and Road project, whose key artery the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor passes through a disputed Kashmir area claimed by India, is another sore point between the two nations.

Issues like counter-terrorism and the global financial crisis will also come for up discussion. The proposed BRICS rating agency will be one of the key issues at the 9th meet of the grouping, which will be chaired by Xi. The five-member bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa was formed in 2006. They comprise 42 percent of the world’s population, have 23 percent of global GDP and 17 percent share in world trade. The theme of the ninth BRICS summit is `Stronger Partnership for a Brighter Future’.