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IBSA to jointly fight hunger, poverty
ANI
3/7/2004

New Delhi: India, Brazil and South Africa decided to fight hunger and poverty in the developing world here on Friday on the concluding day of their two-day talks on trade and cooperation. Foreign ministers of the three countries began their talks in New Delhi on Thursday. The India, Brazil, South Africa (IBSA) Dialogue Forum was established in June last year. "We have resolved that we will work together...in all areas of human endeavour and most importantly in fighting hunger and poverty not only in our countries but in the developing world as a whole," Indian External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha said in his address at the concluding session.

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