South African President: We Refuse to Be Driven by Global Powers

South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, stressed that his country refuses to submit to global powers. He also said that South Africa is ready to host. A summit of development country.
The Summit (Summit) in Johannesburg this week was attend by BRICS members, namely Brazil. Russia. India. China and South Africa. The meeting is call to expand their influence to drive global geopolitical changes, reported by Al Jazeera.

1. Answer criticism about not criticizing the Kremlin

The South African summit host has highlighted his relationship with the Kremlin. Particular for refusing to code Russia invasion of Ukraine. United State of the Union address.
Ramaphosa will join the BRICS summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

2. Putin did not attend the BRICS summit in person

Putin decided not to attend in person, as he is the target of an International Criminal Court arrest warrant, which South Africa should in theory enforce.
Attending meeting online. Of course there will be risks that are not Until Putin decision was announced meetting online.
The warrant sparked a diplomatic dilemma for weeks. Until Putin decision was announced meet. Given South Africa longstanding relationship with Russia and the former refusal to arrest. Former Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir in 2015 under similar circumstances.

3. Open to expanding BRICS membership

About 50 other leaders who are not BRICS members, among them Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi and Indonesian President Joko Widodo, have confirmed attendance at the summit. Apart from finding a definite solution, this will be a challenge in itself for several countries that submit their respective opinions
The BRICS countries account for about a quarter of the global economy and interest in joining the group has soared this year.
South Africa supports calls to open BRICS membership.

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