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BASIC meet in Delhi to discuss joint strategy

 

 
 The Pioneer, New Delhi, 26th -28th February, 2011
 
NEW DELHI: The BASIC countries - Brazil, South Africa, India and China - will meet on Sunday in New Delhi for the first time since the climate conference in Cancun. The New Delhi meet will consider collaborative approach to implement the Cancun Agreements and to work out strategies for the next climate summit which is to be held in Durban.
 
To ensure that BASIC continues be seen as anchored within the larger developing country bloc of G-77 and China, the representatives of the Africa Group, the Latin America and AOSIS have been invited to participate in the meeting. The "BASIC plus" participation includes Argentina, which holds the G-77 chair, Algeria as representative of the Africa Group and Maldives from the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS). Sunday's meeting is the only formal consultation that the BASIC will hold ahead of the April meetings in Bangkok to be held under the aegis of the UNFCCC.