LatinNews Daily - 28 February 2022

Brazil rejects US remarks over Russia

Brazil: On 19 February Brazil’s foreign ministry rejected remarks made the previous day by US White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki in response to President Jair Bolsonaro’s recent visit to Russia, where he met President Vladimir Putin and expressed solidarity with the Russian president. When asked whether Bolsonaro’s recent visit affected US-Brazil relations, Psaki said that she had not discussed Bolsonaro’s comments with President Joe Biden but “what I would say is that the vast majority of the global community is united in their view — a shared view that invading another country, attempting to take some of their land, terrorising their people is certainly not aligned with global values. And so, I think Brazil may be on the other side of where the majority of the global community stands.” A statement by Brazil’s foreign ministry said that it lamented her comments.

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