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Dilma invites BRICS members to the Rio+20


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In Delhi, India, the President Dilma Rousseff has invited the presidents of the countries that form the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – to be participating in the Rio+20 Conference in June, in Rio de Janeiro. With enthusiasm, she stated that the Rio+20 will be a “unique opportunity” to discuss economic growth with sustainable development. “[During the Rio +20], there will be an inclusive and comprehensive vision that demands the development of all countries”, said Dilma, pointing that the sustainable development is the basis for the economic growth, including combat against poverty and improvement of quality of live in the world. She highlights that economic, social and environmental commitments should be firmed in the discussions. In the debates of the Rio +20, the President should emphasize, as a global alternative, the development of the green economy through incentives for improving the quality of life of the people, eradicating poverty and promoting sustainability. She argues that the alternatives should be associated with income transfer programs, such as those adopted in Brazil, and with the national economy’s positive numbers.
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