Bolsonaro plans ‘welcome operation’ in southern Brazil for economic migrants from impoverished Argentina – newspaper

The Brazilian president compared the situation in Argentina to the reality in Venezuela, which has experienced deep political and economic instability since the end of Hugo Chávez's government in 2016.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian president suggested on Wednesday (28) that the crisis in neighboring Argentina has worsened with the leadership of the leftist head of government Alberto Fernández, writes Metropoles newspaper in its latest report.

The federal government is planning an 'Operation Welcome' in Rio Grande do Sul, in which the country will accept migrants from neighboring countries. The operation is intended principally for Argentines, although the state also borders Uruguay.

The "plan" was presented by President Jair Bolsonaro in a talk with supporters Wednesday outside the Alvorada Palace in Brasilia.

According to Bolsonaro, the left-wing . . .

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