BRICS may send message on Iran
New Delhi: The five powerful economies Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) to meet in the fourth edition of their summit in the Capital on March 29 is likely to send a strong warning against any Western "military misadventure" in Iran and try to firm up a common position on war-torn Syria.
The BRICS nations aim to send a strong political message against increasing "foreign interference" in domestic affairs of countries in the backdrop of situation in Syria and Iran.
"Foreign interference in domestic affairs is ever increasing under the pretext of protecting civilians," said Russian ambassador to India Alexander M. Kadakin adding the BRICS Summit would sent a 'clear warning' over war in Iran and press for 'renewed constructive dialogue' on Tehran's nuclear programme.
The leaders of the five nations will try to arrive at a common position on Syria and Iran being threatened by US and Israel. They will come out with a "Delhi Declaration" that would outline their positions on the fast-evolving situation in the region.