Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in South Africa for three days. He will attend the BRICS summit and have meetings with other leaders. He was invited by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. South Africa is hosting a meeting for the countries of BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. This is the first time they are meeting in person since 2019. The leaders will discuss important issues and work on ways to cooperate in different areas. BRICS is seen as a platform where countries from the Global South can talk about their concerns and work on improving the international system. The meeting will also be a chance for BRICS to plan for the future and review their progress. In addition, Modi will be participating in the BRICS-Africa Outreach and BRICS Plus Dialogue events. The Summit will provide a place to talk about important issues for developing countries and other areas of growth. The BRICS bloc, which includes Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, brings together five of the biggest developing countries, with a combined population of 41% of the world, 24% of the global economy, and 16% of global trade. More than 20 leaders from Africa and the Middle East have also been asked to come to the Summit. Many countries have applied to join BRICS. This is one of the topics they will discuss at the Summit. Modi is excited to meet and talk to the leaders from these countries. He will also have one-on-one meetings with some of them. Putin will participate in the summit through video chat because there is a risk of him being arrested if he goes to South Africa. After the summit, the prime minister will go to Greece at the request of the Greece prime minister. This will be his first time visiting this old land. “I feel proud to be the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Greece in 40 years,” he said. “Our two civilizations have had a relationship for over 2000 years, and in modern times, our shared values of democracy, rule of law, and acceptance of different cultures have made our bond stronger. We have been working together in various areas like trade, investment, defense, and cultural exchange, which has brought our countries closer. I am excited to visit Greece and start a new phase in our relationship. I am also looking forward to meeting the Indian community there. ” Please rewrite the text you would like me to simplify or clarify.