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India should not use BRICS summit to isolate Pakistan: Chinese expert

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India should not use BRICS summit to isolate Pakistan: Chinese expert*Beijing*: India should not politicise the upcoming eighth BRICS summit to solve its bilateral disputes and not expect member nations to isolate and brand Pakistan as "supporter of terrorism", a Chinese expert has suggested.

"One of the key items at this year's summit will be anti-terrorism. All BRICS members do not want to...
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