BEIJING, July 27. /TASS/. BRICS countries in the future can develop the collective agreement for information security. As Thursday in the Chinese capital told Russian journalists the special representative of RF President on international cooperation in the field of information security Andrey Krutskikh, efforts in this direction are taken by the target of September 2017 summit of this international format.

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“As we have stressed in consultations, is now the point of view of China and Russia (in the field of cybersecurity – approx. TASS) prevails in the world. Many countries build their own security based on the principles of cooperation offered by Russia”, – he said . “The mobilization of Russia and China will lead to the fact that the next stage it will be the cooperation of the countries of BRICS members it is possible to develop collective agreement on ensuring information security in the framework of BRICS,” said cruit.

“Efforts are being made with an eye on the BRICS summit in September, to be held in China. Naturally, the rest of the planet will be watching closely, and perhaps this agreement will then be replicated by all other countries,” concluded the special representative of the President of the Russian Federation.

The topic of cooperation of the BRICS countries in the field of cyber security was raised during the VII summit of this international Association in Ufa in 2015. According to the adopted following the meeting of the leaders of the Declaration, the parties pledged to intensify cooperation in the field of information and communication technologies in the framework of a dedicated working group of experts.

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