TV BRICS International Media Network launches a special media project ahead of the G20 summit. BRICS & G20. 2023 is a series of exclusive interviews with leading BRICS experts on the G20 agenda in 2023, as well as live commentary from the margins of the event in New Delhi.
As part of the BRICS & G20. 2023 project, all materials are published in Russian, English, Chinese, Portuguese and posted on TV BRICS' own platforms, as well as on the TV BRICS network's media partners' platforms in national languages. The BRICS & G20. 2023 project will result in a special TV BRICS video report produced by the TV BRICS editorial team during the G20 Summit.
TV BRICS is an officially accredited media outlet of the G20 summit in New Delhi.
The speakers of the project include high-ranking officials representing international organisations.
Dmitry Birichevsky, Director of the Department of Economic Cooperation of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in an exclusive interview named the expected results of Russia's participation in the upcoming G20 summit.
Sammy Kotwani, President of the Indian Business Alliance in Russia (IBA), outlined the positions of the BRICS countries in the context of the G20 and suggested how the BRICS enlargement may affect the agenda and development of the G20.
Vitaly Mankevich, President of the Russian-Asian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RASPP), spoke about expectations of the organisation.
Victoria Panova, Vice-Rector of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Sherpa of the Russian Federation in the Women 20 (W20), shared her opinion on initiatives the participants of the W20, the official association of the G20, can offer to strengthen the global economy, and also explained how the topic of protecting women's rights is reflected in the G20 agenda.
"If we talk about the W20, this year India (as chairman) has put the theme of protecting women's rights as one of the priorities. All issues that relate to the observance of women's rights are on the agenda. Russia has a National Action Strategy for Women, adopted until 2030, which includes women's participation in political, economic life, prospects in education and so on"
Victoria Panova Sherpa of the Russian Federation in the Women 20
The 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit in New Delhi will be the culmination of all G20 processes and meetings held throughout the year with the participation of ministers, senior officials and civil society.
At the end of the summit in New Delhi, the G20 Leaders' Declaration will be adopted, which will declare the commitment of the heads of state to the priorities discussed and agreed upon during the relevant meetings of the ministerial and working groups.
It should be noted that a special section has already been created on the TV BRICS website, where all exclusive interviews and commentaries with speakers on the margins of the summit can be found.Photo: TV BRICS
"A high level of cooperation is maintained with Latin American countries in the humanitarian sphere. The number of countries with which we have established a visa-free regime is steadily growing - currently it covers 27 Latin American states. This opens up more and more opportunities for business, scientific and cultural exchanges, as well as increasing counter tourist flows"