MAPUTO, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- The embassy of Brazil in Mozambique held here on Monday an exhibition of movies from BRICS member states (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), drawing crowds of attendance.
Before the exhibition, in the presence of the ambassadors and representatives of the embassies of BRICS member states in Maputo, Brazilian ambassador, Rodrigo Soares gave a brief explanation about BRICS, the economy of the platform as well as its population and purposes.
"As BRICS our relations with other countries are based in non-interference in internal affairs of other countries, it is based in equality and common benefit," said the ambassador.
The first film to be exhibited was a Brazilian movie about a young man traveling around Africa, followed by a Russian film the coming day, and there will be a break on Wednesday. The exhibition will resume on Thursday with an Indian movie, on Friday it will be a romantic movie from China and on Saturday a movie from South Africa about liberation struggle.
The head of the Russian diplomatic mission in Mozambique said the movies selected for the week-long exhibition are not from a super production industry, but ones that offer a glimpse into the stories of normal people and daily lives, characteristics of the BRICS member states.