BRICS Summit in Goa: Pakistan's diplomatic isolation is India's focus
Panaji : Focusing on tightening the diplomatic grip over Pakistan, India will push its voice to demand cooperation, including support for a comprehensive global convention to tackle the menace, during annual summit of BRICS, 5-nations representing nearly half of the world's population.
BRICS summit is being attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and leaders of Brazil and South Africa in Goa.
Fight against global terrorism, boosting trade and investment will be high on agenda during the annual summit. Also Read - India and Russia likely to ink 18 pacts
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the leaders will discuss ways to address "pressing international and regional challenges that stand in the way of our goals".
"I am optimistic that the BRICS Summit will strengthen intra-BRICS cooperation and advance our common agenda for development, peace, stability and reform," the Prime Minister said in a Facebook post.
# BRICS Summit in Goa begins from Sunday, India to grip Pakistan diplomatically
# The annual summit will be attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and leaders of Brazil and South Africa
# Pressing international and regional challenges that stand in the way of our goals: Modi
# India and China to hold bilateral talks during the annual BRICS summit
# The five BRICS countries represent over 3.6 billion people, or half of the world population and they have a combined GDP of USD 16.6 trillion.
# India has made strong references both at UNGA as well as G-20 regarding Pakistan's continued support to cross-border terrorism.