Biden “changed style” in his relationship with Brazil, says its ambassador to the US

There is more concern about environmental protection, joint engagement in multilateral organizations and diplomatic rapprochement conducted by the State Department rather than the White House.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an interview with DW Brazil, Nestor Forster, the Brazilian representative to Washington, criticized the report submitted by NGOs to the US president and said that the countries are discussing projects to fight deforestation in the Amazon.

Less than two months after Biden's inauguration as president of the United States, the Brazilian embassy in Washington, headed by Nestor Forster, has identified a change in "style" in the relationship with Brasilia. There is more concern about environmental protection, joint engagement in multilateral organizations and diplomatic rapprochement conducted by the State Department rather than the White House . . .

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