PANAJI, September 21, 2016“The BRICS youth Forum has taken up in-depth studies on many crucial issues such as health, trade and commerce and women’s upliftment. This is a forum that works for the humanity.
The state of Goa offers peace and tranquility for such events. Peaceful environment and harmony in this state will surely help in boosting the intellectual values and dialogues between the BRICS countries,” the Governor of Goa Dr.Smt. Mridula Sinha said at the valedictory function of BRICS Youth forum 2016. She also ensured full support from the State Government to the upcoming BRICS 2016 Summit.
The Governor further said that the BRICS countries should try and share technology, economic trade and commerce amongst each other to build a strong society. We must together set goals for sustainable growth. Issues such as climate change, health, malnutrition, poverty and unemployment can be conquered by coming together at a forum like this.
BRICS Youth Summit which began on September 19th, 2016 at a hotel in North Goa saw students as well as representatives from the BRICS countries. Shri. Samir Saran, Shri. Sunjoy Joshi and Shri. Sachin Chaturvedi were among the dignitaries present on the dais