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NEW DELHI, March 29 (Itar-Tass) — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa warn about catastrophic aftermath if the situation around Iran escalates into a conflict.
In their declaration, the BRICS group of emerging market nations warns that if the situation grows into a conflict it will be in nobody’s interests. BRICS leaders believe that Iran plays a key role in a peaceful development and prosperity of the region, which is very important politically and economically.
The BRICS leaders admitted their concern about the situation that develops around Iran’s nuclear program. They stressed that they recognize the right of Iran to peaceful uses of nuclear energy in line with its international commitments and UN Security Council resolutions, and favor the settlement of problems connected with that politically and diplomatically, as well as through a dialogue of the interested parties, including a dialogue between the IAEA and Iran.