Brasilia – Brazil is eager to participate Summit for Democracy Planned by US President Joe Biden. According to a source in the Brazilian government, Palacio do Planaldo will immediately accept an invitation to a virtual event in December.
Last week, officials from both countries Came to speak On the importance of defending democratic policies in the United States during the visit of White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. The summit meeting was not part of the discussions because, Brazilian government spokesmen believe, the confirmation and date of the event have not yet been determined.
Sullivan and his entourage, who arrived in Brazil last Thursday, told President Jair Bolzano that the U.S. government was confident in the ability of Brazilian companies to hold “free and fair” elections next year. He also stressed the importance of maintaining confidence in the electoral process, which “has a long legal history in Brazil”, according to a statement issued by the US embassy in Brasilia the next day.
Mission members met with Bolzano, a group of several state ministers and governors. They focused on the environment, the Govt-19 epidemic, the political situation in the region — Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua — and Auction of new technology 5G mobile phone.