BGP weight attribute

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    Hi,
    I’m studying for BGP, I’ve got some issue.The LAP is shown in the picture. I’m trying to force all networks (or routes) to come to R1 from R3 only using weigh attribute. however netwrks (101.1.x.x) in AS6000, which are advertised from R6 show only one path (R2). I assume that there will be also route via R3 and R3 must be the best route as it has higher weight. is it right? how can I solve this?

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    Thanks in Advance

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