Leaders from the BRICS Alliance meet in 2018 including Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping. The BRICs nations include – Brazil, Russia, India, and China and South Africa.
In March, South Africa’s Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor announced that Saudia Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Argentina, Mexico, Nigeria, and other nations want to join BRICS Alliance. This is a direct threat to the West and US dollar dominance.
South Africa’s Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor says Saudia Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Argentina, Mexico, Nigeria, and other nations want to join BRICS.
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Was this always the plan for the Obama-Brandon regime? To take down US dominance on the global stage? Because it sure looks like it.
Under Brandon, the US leader who is openly mocked on the international stage, traditional U.S. allies are now aligning with China.
Saudi Arabia announced in March 2022 it was considering accepting the Chinese yuan instead of the US dollar in future transactions.
On Thursday South African leader President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been invited to join as full members of the BRICS Alliance in January of 2024.
Ramaphoso made the announcement on the final day of a summit of the international group that considers itself a counterweight to Western powers.
Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been invited to join as full members from January 1 next year.
“This membership expansion is historic,” said Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“The expansion is also a new starting point for BRICS cooperation. It will bring new vigour to the BRICS cooperation mechanism and further strengthen the force for world peace and development.”
A senior adviser to Iran’s president on Thursday welcomed the country’s admission to the grouping.
“Permanent membership in the group of global emerging economies is considered a historic development and a strategic success for the foreign policy of the Islamic republic,” Mohammad Jamshidi wrote on X, which was previously known as Twitter.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed hailed what he called “a great moment” for his country.