Ripuklika suyu umalliq, Jair Bolsonaro, BRICS umalliqkunaq ayllun lantin kashaqtin.

BRICS nisqaqa pichqa umalliq wiñaq mama llaqtakunap sutinmi: Parasil, Rusiya, Inriya, Chunwa, Urin Aphirika. Ñawpaq tawaqa qallariypiqa "BRIC" (icha "BRICs") nisqawanmi huñusqa karqan, 2001 watapi Goldman Sachs nisqap qullqi yachaq Jim O'Neill sutiyuq runap rurasqanmi, paymi chay simita paqarichirqan utqaylla wiñaq qullqichakuykunata willanapaq, 2050 watapi huñusqa tiksimuyuntinpi qullqichakuypi kamachikuq;[1] Urin Aphirika suyuqa 2010 watapi yapasqa karqan.[2]

Uma tantanakukuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Sr. No. Date(s) Host country Host leader Location Notes
1st 16 June 2009 Plantilla:Flag Dmitry Medvedev Yekaterinburg (Sevastianov's House) The summit was to discuss the global recession taking place at the time, future cooperation among states, and trade. Some of the specific topics discussed were food, trade, climate trade, and security for the nations. They called out for a more influential voice and representation for up-and-coming markets. Note at the time South Africa was not yet admitted to the BRICS organization at the time.[3]
2nd 15 April 2010 Plantilla:Flag Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Brasília (Itamaraty Palace) Guests: Jacob Zuma (President of South Africa) and Riyad al-Maliki (Foreign Minister of the Palestinian National Authority). The second summit continued on the conversation of the global recession and how to recover. They had a conversation on the IMF, climate change, and more ways to form cooperation among states.[3]
3rd 14 April 2011 Plantilla:Flag Hu Jintao Sanya (Sheraton Sanya Resort) First summit to include South Africa alongside the original BRIC countries. The third summit had nations debating on the global and internal economies of countries.[3]
4th 29 March 2012 Plantilla:Flag Manmohan Singh New Delhi (Taj Mahal Hotel) The BRICS Cable announced an optical fibre submarine communications cable system that carries telecommunications between the BRICS countries. The fourth summit discussed how the organization could prosper from the global recession and how they could take advantage of that to help their economies. BRICS had the intention of improving their global power and providing adequate development for their state.
5th 26–27 March 2013 Plantilla:Flag Jacob Zuma Durban (Durban ICC) The fifth summit discusses the New Development Bank proposition and Contingent Reserve Agreement. BRICS also announced the Business Council and its Think Tank Council.[4]
6th 14–17 July 2014 Plantilla:Flag Dilma Rousseff Fortaleza (Centro de Eventos do Ceará)[5] BRICS New Development Bank and BRICS Contingent Reserve Arrangement agreements signed.

Guest: Leaders of Union of South American Nations (UNASUR)[6][7] The members of BRICS conversed with each other about political coordination, development, and economic growth. They established the Fortaleza Declaration and Action Plan.[8]
7th 8–9 July 2015 Plantilla:Flag Vladimir Putin Ufa (Congress Hall)[9] Joint summit with SCO-EAEU. The seventh summit discussed global, economic problems, and better ways to foster cooperation among member states.[8]
8th 15–16 October 2016 Plantilla:Flag Narendra Modi Benaulim (Taj Exotica) Joint summit with BIMSTEC. The eighth BRICS summit debated on topics like counter-terrorism, economies, and climate change. BRICS also issued the Goa Declaration and Action Plan, hoping to harden their relationships.[10]
9th 3–5 September 2017 Plantilla:Flag Xi Jinping Xiamen (Xiamen International Conference Center) Joint summit with EMDCD. The ninth summit was an event that talked about a bright future for BRICS and what their goals intend to be. They still covered and debated international and regional issues with one another; hopeful to keep moving forward.[10]
10th 25–27 July 2018 Plantilla:Flag Cyril Ramaphosa Johannesburg (Sandton Convention Centre) The tenth summit had the members discuss their rising industries. Hoping they can cut a bigger slice of the industry market.
11th 13–14 November 2019 Plantilla:Flag Jair Bolsonaro Brasília (Itamaraty Palace)[11] The eleventh summit discussed advancements in the BRICS's science and innovation fields. Primarily trying to advance technology and digital currency. They made mutual agreements to help stop drug trafficking and organized crime; both internationally and internally
12th 21–23 July 2020 (postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic)[12]

17 November 2020 (video conference)
Plantilla:Flag Vladimir Putin Saint Petersburg[13] Joint summit with SCO. Discussing a mutual agreement on helping BRICS member countries to help foster better living standards and quality of life for each country's people. Plans on focusing on peace, economies, and cultural societal issues.
13th 9 September 2021 (video conference) Plantilla:Flag Narendra Modi New Delhi BRICS Games 2021
14th 23 June 2022 (video conference) Plantilla:Flag Xi Jinping Beijing
15th August 2023 Plantilla:Flag Durban As South Africa is a signatory to the Rome Statute, the presence of Vladimir Putin remains uncertain after the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant on 17 March 2023 against Putin during the invasion of Ukraine.

Chay ukhupi suyukuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Country Population (in thousands) (2018)Plantilla:UN Population Nom. GDP bil. USD (2022 est.)[14] PPP GDP bil. ID (2022 est.)[14] Nom. GDP per capita USD (2022 est.)[14] PPP GDP per capita ID (2022 est.)[14] GDP growth<br id="mwAjE"><br>(2018 est.)[15] Foreign Exchange Reserves (2021) <abbr about="#mwt463" data-cx="[{&quot;adapted&quot;:false,&quot;targetExists&quot;:false}]" data-mw="{&quot;parts&quot;:[{&quot;template&quot;:{&quot;target&quot;:{&quot;wt&quot;:&quot;abbr&quot;,&quot;href&quot;:&quot;./Template:Abbr&quot;},&quot;params&quot;:{&quot;1&quot;:{&quot;wt&quot;:&quot;HFCE&quot;},&quot;2&quot;:{&quot;wt&quot;:&quot;Household final consumption expenditure&quot;}},&quot;i&quot;:0}}]}" data-ve-no-generated-contents="true" id="mwAjo" title="Household final consumption expenditure" typeof="mw:Transclusion mw:ExpandedAttrs">HFCE</abbr> (2018) Government spending Exports[16] Imports[17] Literacy rate[18] Life expectancy (years, avg.)[19] HDI (2021)[20]
Plantilla:Flag Increase Plantilla:Val 1,894 3,782 8,857 17,684 Increase1.0% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $846.6 bn $487.05 bn $158.93 bn 92.59% 76.57 yrs 0.754 (high)
Plantilla:Flag Increase Plantilla:Val 2,133 4,649 14,665 31,967 Increase1.6% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $414.0 bn $492.31 bn $231.55 bn 99.7% 72.9 yrs 0.822 (very high)
Plantilla:Flag Increase Plantilla:Val 3,868 11,665 2,466 8,293 Increase7.1% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $650.0 bn $750.89 bn $598.20 bn 79.1% 71.4 yrs 0.697 (medium)
Plantilla:Flag Increase Plantilla:Val 18,321 30,074 12,970 21,291 Increase6.7% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $2,031.0 bn $3,026.0 bn $2,055.0 bn 96.4% 77.4 yrs 0.768 (high)
Plantilla:Flag Increase Plantilla:Val 422 949 6,739 15,556 Increase1.4% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $95.27 bn $123.73 bn $68.97 bn 94.3% 64.8 yrs 0.713 (high)
Average Increase Plantilla:Val 3,753.7 8,119.9 7,922 19,041 Increase3.5% Plantilla:Val bn Plantilla:Val bln $800.574 bn $970.19 bn $711.86 bn 93% 72.4 yrs 0.741 (high)

Kunan umalliqkuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Miembro Rikchay Suti Kargu(kuna) .
</img> Brasil </img> Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva sutiyuq runa Brasilpa umalliqnin
</img> China </img> Xi Jinping sutiyuq runa China mama llaqtap umalliqnin
</img> India </img> Narendra Modi sutiyuq runa India mama llaqtap umalliqnin
</img> Rusiya </img> Vladimir Putin sutiyuq runa Rusiya mama llaqtap umalliqnin
</img> Sudáfrica suyu </img> Ciril Ramaphosa sutiyuq runa Sudáfrica mama llaqtap umalliqnin

Kunan kawpay yanapaq umalliqkuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Miembro Kancha ministro Suti Qullqimanta ministro Suti Banco central nisqapi kamachikuq
</img> Brasil Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores nisqa Mauro Vieira sutiyuq runa Qullqimanta Ministro Fernando Haddad sutiyuq runa Roberto Campos Neto sutiyuq runa
</img> China Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores nisqa Qin Pandilla Qullqimanta Ministro Liu Kun Yi Pandilla
</img> India Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores nisqa Subrahmanyam Jaishankar sutiyuq runa Qullqimanta Ministro Nirmala Sitharaman sutiyuq runa Shaktikanta Das sutiyuq runa
</img> Rusiya Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores nisqa Sergei Lavrov sutiyuq runa Qullqimanta Ministro Anton Siluanov sutiyuq runa Elvira Nabiullina sutiyuq runa
</img> Sudáfrica suyu Ministro de Relaciones Internacionales y Cooperación nisqamanta Naledi Pandor sutiyuq runa Qullqimanta Ministro Enoc Godongwana sutiyuq runa Lesetja Kganyago sutiyuq runa

Pukyukuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

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  2. "New era as South Africa joins BRICS" Plantilla:Webarchive . 11 April 2010. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 What is BRICS | Africa Facts (en-US) (15 October 2018)
  4. Pukyumanta willaypi pantasqa: <ref> unanchachaqa manam allinchu; nisqapaq pukyu qillqa manam kanchu
  5. A Cúpula de Durban e o futuro dos BRICS. Post-Western World (4 July 2013)
  6. Los líderes del BRICS, Unasur, Cuba, México y Costa Rica se citan en Brasilia (15 July 2014)
  7. BRICS summit: PM Modi to leave for Brazil tomorrow, will seek reforms (12 July 2014)
  8. 8,0 8,1 What is BRICS | Africa Facts (en-US) (15 October 2018)
  9. Ufa to host SCO and BRICS summits in 2015.
  10. 10,0 10,1 What is BRICS | Africa Facts (en-US) (15 October 2018)
  11. BRICS BRASIL 2019 – Theme and priorities
  12. BRICS and the SCO summits postponed | Official website of the Russian BRICS Chairmanship in 2020
  13. Путин заявил о переносе саммитов БРИКС и ШОС из Челябинска
  14. 14,0 14,1 14,2 14,3 Report for Selected Countries and Subjects. (14 September 2006)
  15. IMF World Economic Outlook (WEO) Update, April 2019.
  16. The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency.
  17. The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency.
  18. Field Listing :: Literacy. Central Intelligence Agency
  19. World Health Statistics 2018. (6 June 2018)
  20. Human Development Report 2020. United Nations Development Programme
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