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On August 28, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a seminar “National Strategies of the BRICS Countries: Assessments and Prospects for Cooperation” within the BRICS School program. The organizers of the international scientific and educational BRICS School program are the National BRICS Research Committee and the Public Diplomacy Support Fund named after A.M. Gorchakov.

On August 28, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a seminar “National Strategies of the BRICS Countries: Assessments and Prospects for Cooperation” within the BRICS School program. The organizers of the international scientific and educational BRICS School program are the National BRICS Research Committee and the Public Diplomacy Support Fund named after A.M. Gorchakov.

Dmitry Razumovsky, Acting Director at the RAS Institute for Latin American Studies, Alexey Zakharov, Research Fellow, Center for Indian Studies, RAS Institute of Oriental Studies, Vasily Sidorov, Research Fellow, RAS Institute for African Studies, and Daria Terkina, RIAC Expert, spoke at the round table. The discussion was moderated by Ksenia Kuzmina, RIAC Program Manager, who also presented the main areas of work and flagship projects of the Council. In addition, participants from Brazil, China, and Russia presented their reports on various aspects of BRICS activities and its development prospects.

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