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Brief Introduction of Previous BRICS Summits

  1. On 9th July 2008, BRIC leaders held a brief meeting and took group photos during the dialogue meeting between the leaders of G8 and the 5 developing nations in Hokkaido, Japan.

  2. The 1st BRIC Summit was held in June 2009 in Yekaterinburg, Russia to discuss issues including the global financial crisis, the international situation, future direction of BRIC dialogue and cooperation, the G20 Summit, reform of international financial institutions, food security, energy security, climate change, development assistance, the Heiligendamm Process and prospects for BRIC dialogue. The Summit issued a joint statement that call for greater say and representation of emerging markets and developing countries in international financial institutions, and adopted a Joint Statement on Global Food Security.

  3. The 2nd BRIC Summit was held in April 2010 in Brasilia, capital of Brazil. The leaders discussed issues including the international situation, the global financial crisis, the selection mechanism of World Bank and IMF’s senior management, G20 affairs, climate change, UN reform, international and regional hot-spot issues and BRIC cooperation. The Summit issued a joint statement and agreed on concrete measures to promote BRIC cooperation and coordination.

  4. The 3rd BRICS Summit was held in April 2011 in Sanya, China. The theme was “Broad Vision, Shared Prosperity”. Agenda items included the international situation, global economy and international finance, development and BRICS cooperation. The Summit issued the Sanya Declaration and its Action Plan. On the sidelines, the Meeting of Trade Ministers, Academic Forum, Financial Forum and Business Forum were held.

  5. The 4th BRICS Summit was held in March 2012 in New Delhi, India. The theme was “BRICS Partnership for Global Stability, Security and Prosperity”. The leaders discussed issues including global governance and sustainable development. The Summit issued the New Delhi Declaration, its Action Plan and the BRICS Report on BRICS countries’ developing prospects, the cooperation process and areas with competitive advantage to enable BRICS countries to play a more important role in the global economy in the post-financial crisis era. .

  6. The 5th BRICS Summit was held in March 2013 in Durban, South Africa under theme “BRICS and Africa: Partnership for Development, Integration and Industrialization”. The Summit issued the eThekwini Declaration and its Action Plan, and decided to set up the New Development Bank and Contingent Reserve Arrangement. The establishment of the BRICS Business Council and Think Tank Council was announced. The BRICS Leaders-Africa Dialogue Forum was held during the Summit.

  7. The 6th BRICS Summit was held in July 2014 in Fortaleza, Brazil under the theme “Inclusive Growth: Sustainable Solutions”. The leaders discussed such issues as political coordination, sustainable development and inclusive growth. The Summit issued the Fortaleza Declaration and its Action Plan. The leaders witnessed the signing of the Agreement on the New Development Bank and the Treaty for the Establishment of A BRICS Contingent Reserve Arrangement. BRICS Leaders meeting with South American Heads of Government and/or State was held during the Summit.

  8. The 7th BRICS Summit was held in July 2015 in Ufa, Russia under the theme “BRICS Partnership - a Powerful Factor of Global Development”. The leaders discussed issues including global political and economic issues and BRICS cooperation. The Summit issued the Ufa Declaration and its Action Plan, and adopted the Strategy for BRICS Economic Partnership. The BRICS Leaders also held a meeting with the leaders of Eurasian Economic Union and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the leaders of observer countries during the Summit.

  9. The 8th BRICS Summit was held in October 2016 in Goa, India under the theme “Building Responsive, Inclusive and Collective Solutions”. The leaders discussed issues including international political and economic situation, global governance, counter-terrorism, climate change, Sustainable Development Goals, BRICS cooperation, and people-to-people and cultural exchanges. The Summit issued the Goa Declaration and its Action Plan, and reiterated the commitment to strengthening BRICS partnership. Outreach Summit of BRICS Leaders with the Leaders of BIMSTEC Member Countries was held during the Summit.

  Besides, BRICS Leaders held informal meetings during the G20 Cannes Summit in November 2011, the Los Cabos Summit in June 2012, the St. Petersburg Summit in September 2013, the Brisbane Summit in November 2014, the Antalya Summit in November 2015, and the Hangzhou Summit in September 2016, to exchange views on international and regional issues of common interest.