Brazil Out of World Coalition to Plan Economic Rebuilding

Last week, Brazil did not take part in the World Health Assembly. When asked, The foreign office Itamaraty failed to explain whether or not Bolsonaro had been invited.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government is not part of a list of over 50 countries and international organizations that met on Thursday to draw up a strategy for a sustainable post-pandemic world recovery.

The event, under UN command, is led by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness. The World Bank, IMF and other institutions were also present.

Countries such as Argentina, Haiti, Costa Rica and Colombia, in addition to the EU, France, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom are on the list of countries which joined the debate. Donald Trump's . . .

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