BRICS leaders spoke in favor of effective migration regulation for sake of common security

05 September 2017

September 4 the leaders of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) stressed the role of effective migration regulation in the interests of international security, the adopted at the end of the summit joint declaration says.

"Being fully aware of the global security challenges that the international community faced in the field of international migration, we emphasize the growing role of effective migration regulation in the interests of international security and the development of society," the document says.

The leaders also stated the need for "cooperation of all countries in the human rights and fundamental freedoms protection while ensuring the principles of equality and mutual respect".

"We agreed to continue to treat all human rights, as well as the right to development, in the same way and pay equal attention to each," the text of the document declares.

The summit of the leaders of the BRICS countries (Russia, China, Brazil, India and South Africa) opened in the South China coastal city of Xiamen on Monday.

Adapted from the materials of RIA Novosti

Photo: open sources

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