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Kremlin aide says BRICS success due to absence of 'hidden' agenda

According to Yury Ushakov, BRICS reaches agreements through consultations and makes decisions "collectively, in compliance with the inviolable principle of consensus"

MOSCOW, March 5. /TASS/. The absence of confrontation and a "hidden" agenda is a recipe for BRICS success, Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov said in an interview with TASS.

"This kind of multi-level cooperation is expected to become the basis of a fairer multipolar world order and a model for equal state-to-state communication aimed at finding responses to the challenges the world is facing. I think that the recipe for BRICS’ attractiveness and success is based on the absence of a confrontational or 'hidden' agenda. I will repeat that it brings together like-minded countries. Its members do not build cooperation on the leader and follower logic; rather, we make agreements through consultations and make decisions collectively, in compliance with the inviolable principle of consensus," Ushakov said.

He pointed out that, guided by such approaches, "BRICS countries really, practically express the interests of the Global Majority."