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SHANGHAI， Jan. 13 (Xinhua) - Cooperation between the five BRICS countries will be strengthened during Chinese presidency over the bloc in 2017， said BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) president K.V. Kamath.
Kamath made the comment in an interview with Xinhua at NDB headquarters in Shanghai on Friday.
This year opens the second decade of the emerging-market bloc which groups Brazil， Russia， India， China and South Africa. China will host the ninth BRICS leaders' summit in the southeastern coastal city of Xiamen in September.
Kamath， a native of Mangalore， India， said he is looking forward to showing BRICS leaders the progress that the bank has made.
"Importantly， the summit comes at a time when you can clearly see the five countries establishing themselves as an economic force，" noted Kamath.
He said he believes the Xiamen summit will let people know where the BRICS countries stand today， their current agenda and "how we could benefit by working in a cooperative manner."
Founded by the five BRICS countries in 2014， the NDB opened in Shanghai in July 2015.
"The Chinese government has been very hospitable toward the NDB， enabling us to set up and operate the bank in a very short time，" said Kamath.
"All of these would not have been possible without the support and guidance we received from China，" he said.
In December 2016， the NDB signed its first loan agreement， providing 525 million yuan (76 million U.S. dollars) for a solar power project in Shanghai.
Kamath is pleased with the result， saying "the fact we were able to appraise our first project in a record time has set a new benchmark for the NDB to follow."
Last year， the NDB issued three billion yuan worth of five-year green bonds， its first bond to raise funds worldwide for clean energy projects.
BUCHAREST， Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- Moldova's Socialist Party on Friday decided to name former prime minister Zinaida Greceanii to serve as acting chairman of the leading political formation in the country.
The decision was made at the Republican Council of the party， according to news reaching here from Chisinau， capital of Moldova.
The party's congress will be held on Dec. 18， on which a new leader will be elected， announced Socialists' former head Igor Dodon， who gave up the mandate of party member soon after winning the presidential runoff elections on Nov. 13， according to the new legal provisions which stipulating that Moldova's president cannot be a party member.
According to Dodon， the law was adopted in order to weaken the Socialists Party， but "it will not happen."
"The Socialist Party remains strong，" he stressed， adding that "in my heart I remain a socialist. President of all but a socialist， I will continue to advocate for social policy."
Greceanii was quoted by official Moldpres as saying that the Socialist Party has been a consolidated team during the past five years and the current elections have united its members even more.
"Together， we have made and are to make important things， as we have a huge responsibility before citizens，" Greceanii added.
Greceanii， 60， was the prime minister of Moldova from March 31， 2008 to Sept. 14， 2009， in a Communist government. She left the Communist Party late 2011， together with Dodon and joined later in the Socialist Party.
Moldova's Central Election Commission (CEC) on Friday validated the results of the presidential runoff on Nov. 13 and declared Socialist candidate Dodon the election winner.
The decision to instate Dodon， who won the most votes in the poll， is to be sent to the Constitutional Court within the next three days.
The top court will have 10 days to confirm or reject the presidential elections' legality.
In case the court validates the election result， the president-elect will take an oath in front of the Parliament and the Constitutional Court， not later than 45 days after the election.
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