The Brazilian president has confirmed his readiness and interest in resuming Russian-Brazilian relations in many spheres.
The president-elect of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, has received a written message from the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, according to the president of the Federation Council, Valentina Matvienko.
“I delivered a written message from the president of the Russian Federation to the highly respected Brazilian president and I also confirmed that we are waiting for him in Moscow as soon as his schedule allows it,” said the politician, who represents Russia during Lula’s inauguration ceremony this month. Sunday.
Matvienko also stated that the Brazilian president has confirmed his willingness and interest in resuming Russian-Brazilian relations in many spheres: “The newly elected president has confirmed his willingness and interest in a kind of resumption of Russian-Brazilian relations in terms of the increase in the volume of trade and economic cooperation, in the scientific sphere, in the technical sphere, in the environmental sphere and of other types,” he said.
Likewise, the head of the Russian delegation assured that “it is very important that Russia and Brazil share the same vision of a future world, a multipolar and just world, so we have ample opportunities to establish cooperation and coordinate our actions at the UN. and other international spheres.