Argentina wants to join the BRICS countries

In this way, Argentina is not only seeking the presidency of CELAC but also joining this powerful group of developing countries that represent about 42% of the world's population, generate 23% of the world's GDP, occupy 30% of the earth's territory and handle 18% of all international trade.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Alberto Fernández today expressed Argentina's intention to join the BRICS bloc, which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The government is expected to set out to join this group of countries with great economic and geopolitical weight.

In a letter sent to launch the activities ahead of the virtual summit of BRICS presidents on June 24, Alberto Fernández stated that "the BRICS represents an excellent alternative for cooperation in the face of a world order that works for the benefit of a few."

In the letter, Fernández added: "The . . .

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