Brasilia – President Jair Bolsonaro Fly Thursday night, 28, to Rome, Italy, where he will take part in the G20 Summit and be awarded an honorary title at Anguillara Venetathe city of your ancestors. Bolsonaro’s entourage includes economy ministers, Paulo Geddesand foreign affairs, Carlos France. to meet the schedule, The President will no longer attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP-26) in Glasgow, ScotlandAn important event for the international community.
The Secretariat for Government Communications (Secom) is not yet informed of what will be Bolsonaro’s official commitments during his trip to Italy. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a memorandum confirming the visit to the European country between the 29th of this month and the 2nd of November.
The agenda of the President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella, however, brings a meeting with Bolsonaro on Friday 29. So far, it is the only bilateral meeting of the head of the executive branch.
On the 30th and 31st, Saturday and Sunday, Bolsonaro will be with his ministers at the G20 summit. Discussion sessions on global public health and sustainability are scheduled for the weekend, two sensitive issues for the Brazilian government, which has been criticized abroad for its failure to manage the COVID-19 pandemic and its environmental policy.
On Monday, the first, Bolsonaro is expected to head to the city of Anguillara Veneta for the local title. Project Honoring the President by Mayor Alessandra Bosso. Italian MP Luis Roberto Lorenzato announced on social networks an invitation to meet with Bolsonaro at 12 noon local time.
He is scheduled to return to Brazil on November 2, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
When the agenda is implemented in Italy, Bolsonaro will be represented at COP 26 by the Minister of the Environment, Joachim Lett. “It’s our strategy,” Bolsonaro, 27, said Wednesday, in an interview with TV A Crítica. This event is highly anticipated by the international community and will witness the presence of important world leaders.
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