Peace, connections and development - BRICS International Conference “Vision for Future” in New-Delhi has been defined by these three words. Delegations from ten countries gathered in India on March, 12-13 to discuss Sustainable Development and the role of BRICS in our changing world. The President of the International Diplomatic Club “Amicability” has also taken part in the event to promote ideas of peace and the need of cooperation between nations.
Dates of the Forum have not been chosen coincidentally. 12th March is probably the most important date in the history of Indian freedom struggle. This date is connected with the start of the nationwide Civil Disobedience Movement by Mahatma Gandhi. It was one of the main symbols of Indian fight with colonial rule of the Great Britain, fight for independence and for the nation’s right to self-determination.
Today the situation in BRICS is alike. BRICS countries fight for building the multipolar world, where every nation can determine its way itself, world based on dialogue and cooperation, not on compulsion and dominance of several countries. We must now all study what Gandhi has taught us and embody these ideas, especially in international relations.
BRICS is one of the existing examples of an organization, where open dialogue and understanding are main priorities. It unites countries with different cultures, different mentalities and different historical paths. However, these countries are ready to speak with each other, discuss global problems and find their solutions.
Scientists, businessmen and public figures from all BRICS countries presented their innovative ideas and projects during the Conference. Humanitarian cooperation, development of business, establishment of new connections and search for peace were the main themes discussed, which proves that “Vision for Future” has become a platform for fair partnership and open dialogue.
International Diplomatic Club "Amicability"