At BRICS Summit In South Africa, Presidents Mixed Up Their Flags (Vide)

  • At BRICS Summit In South Africa Presidents Mixed Up Their Flags Vide

KYIV (FNI) - In Johannesburg, the summit of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - five states with a growing economy began.

Before the beginning of the summit during the official photo shoot, the tablets were mixed up wherever they stood. The presidents began to change places, but again none of them stood in front of their flag. The corresponding video posted in his Twitter journalist Kremlin pool Dmitry Smirnov.

Chairman Xi Jinping sat opposite the South African flag, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi - near the Brazilian, South African president Cyril Ramafos next to the Russian, Brazilian leader Michel Temer took the place before the flag of India, and Russian President Vladimir Putin - in front of the Chinese.

Note that the tenth BRICS summit is held in South Africa from July 25 to 27.

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