BRICS Welcomes the Middle East5 min read
- Posted by: Uwe Hohmann
- Category: Middle East
There’s big news in the world of international alliances – the BRICS group, known for its five key members (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), has welcomed new countries into its fold. Continuing our previous article, we’re excited to provide a more detailed update on the recent expansion of the BRICS alliance.
Effective 01.01.2024, five countries – Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Iran, Egypt, and Ethiopia – have joined BRICS, a significant shift in the alliance’s composition. Argentina was initially invited but has decided not to join following a regime change.
The UAE and KSA are already well-known as economic leaders in their region. Joining BRICS could open new doors for them, offering fresh opportunities for trade and investment on a global stage.
The expansion has generated substantial global interest, with nearly 30 countries wanting to join BRICS. Ongoing efforts indicate that six more countries are expected to join the alliance during the upcoming annual summit in Russia.
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