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Working together for a better future Summary of the 2020 BRICS Governance Seminar and Humanities Exchange Forum

Working together for a better future Summary of the 2020 BRICS Governance Seminar and Humanities Exchange Forum

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How to solidify BRICS cooperation in the post-epidemic era? How to improve the governance system of BRICS countries? How does the BRICS partnership go deeper? The 2020 BRICS Governance Seminar and Humanities Exchange Forum were held online from 3rd to 4. Focusing on the theme of “deepening partnerships and promoting innovative development”, relevant dignitaries, think tanks and research institutions leaders from BRICS countries, as well as representatives of the cultural and business communities, share wisdom and look forward to the future.

According to the International Monetary Fund, the world economy will shrink by 4.4% this year, and emerging market countries and developing countries will experience negative growth for the first time in 60 years. It is an urgent task for all countries to prevent the epidemic and stabilize the economy with the other. Participants generally agreed that the BRICS countries have maintained a high level of cooperation during the epidemic, and should further strengthen communication and work together to create a better future.

Ivan Melinikov, the first vice president of the Russian State Duma, said that the sudden outbreak has become the most severe test of national governance and intergovernmental cooperation among countries. The most pressing issue on today’s BRICS cooperation agenda is to develop a common plan to overcome the adverse economic and social impact of the epidemic. In particular, he stressed that China has shown other countries a successful model of fighting the epidemic, which is worth learning.

Ronnie Lins, director of the Brazilian Center for China Studies, said that the Chinese government has implemented a series of monetary and fiscal policies and continuously improved the business environment, indicating that “a country with good governance can guarantee the well-being of the people and economic development at the same time”.

Du Zhanyuan, director of the Chinese Foreign Affairs Bureau, said that the BRICS countries have evolved from concept to organization and continue to develop. Because it represents the emerging force in the world, it continues to put forward new views and solutions around major global issues from a new perspective to promote the realization of global governance.

The BRICS mechanism itself is the product of innovation. We should be confident to continue to be the source of innovation and play a more active role in leading the world out of difficulties and improving global governance.

Victoria Panova, chairman of the Committee of Experts on the Presidency of the Russian BRICS, said the accelerated outbreak has exposed governance problems in some countries. BRICS mutual learning and mutual learning have provided a new impetus for the reform of the world order and can also promote developing countries to constantly adjust themselves.

Richard Levin, former dean of the National School of Government of South Africa and special dean of the South African Special Court of Justice, also called for the emerging opportunities for innovation and development of the current situation, and the BRICS countries need to seize the opportunity.” Any partnership and multilateral relationship must be created with the times and work to eliminate social inequality, unemployment and poverty caused by the epidemic through the development of an innovative global social contract.”

Lu Chuan, the director of the first BRICS documentary Children and Glory, said that although the people of the BRICS countries have different skin colors, different ethnicities and cultures, they face difficulties, responsibilities and inner dreams in common, which closely connect the fate of mankind.

“BRIC countries must build a bridge, not a wall.” Ash Roy, president of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences, stressed that BRICS cooperation is a mutually beneficial process, not a zero-sum game. Only in the face of challenges can we build a better future for the BRICS partnership.

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