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Ethiopia’s Country Profile Featured on BRICS Information Platform 

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Toronto – IN4U,  BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform,  on Saturday announced that Ethiopia’s Country Profile and Information is added to the platform. Ethiopia was invited to apply for membership in August 2023 and became a member state. 

“The BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform is pleased to announce that Ethiopia’s country profile and information have been added to the BRICS joint website, marking a significant milestone in the country’s integration into the BRICS family,” IN4U said in a press release which was also sent to borkena.

The platform was established after BRICS member countries signed a Memorandum of understanding in 2015. It provides information about BRICS member countries  including their history, economy, culture – among other things. 

Igor Petrenko, Founder and CEO of the BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform,  said “We are delighted to welcome Ethiopia to the BRICS family and to provide a platform for Ethiopia to share its rich history, culture, and economic achievements with the global community.”  

The full content of the press release sent to Borkena is featured below : 

“FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Ethiopia Joins the BRICS Family: Country Profile and Information Now Available on BRICS Joint Website

Moscow, May 11,2024 – The BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform is pleased to announce that Ethiopia’s country profile and information have been added to the BRICS joint website, marking a significant milestone in the country’s integration into the BRICS family.

This development comes as a warm welcome to Ethiopia, which recently joined the BRICS grouping of emerging economies, comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The addition of Ethiopia’s country profile and information to the BRICS joint website (https://in4u.org) underscores the country’s commitment to strengthening cooperation and collaboration with other BRICS member countries.

The BRICS joint website, a neutral platform for information exchange, collaboration, and mutual understanding among BRICS countries, now provides users with access to comprehensive information on Ethiopia, including its history, economy, culture, and more. This valuable resource will facilitate greater understanding and cooperation between Ethiopia and other BRICS member countries, fostering stronger ties and opportunities for collaboration.

“We are delighted to welcome Ethiopia to the BRICS family and to provide a platform for Ethiopia to share its rich history, culture, and economic achievements with the global community,” said Igor Petrenko, Founder and CEO of the BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform. “This milestone marks an important step forward in strengthening BRICS cooperation and we look forward to continued collaboration and mutual support among our member countries.”

The BRICS Information and Cooperation Platform is dedicated to promoting mutual understanding, trust, and cooperation among BRICS countries, and this latest development is a significant step towards achieving this goal.

For more information, please visit: https://in4u.org “

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1 COMMENT

  1. While every website is talking all about divisive politics, one other incidence that worries me a lot happened yesterday. An earthquake tipping the scale at 4.9 had hit one location on the farthest southern part of that country. I hope everyone is safe. But that country is lucky again it did not strike at heavily populated cities like the capital itself. This shows it is a matter of time before a major earthquake hit a major urban area in that region. Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia are sitting on an active plate. I don’t think any one of these countries except Djibouti is not even thinking about it. They are busy picking on each other and their population is multiplying like worms. I scoured all over our websites, I could not find a single site mentioning about this earthquake. They are all instead jammed with terms designated to denigrate others like ‘Oromummaa’, ‘Neftegna’ and ‘Woyane’. Sad and disgusting at the same time.

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