RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil once again risks losing its vote at the United Nations should it fail to pay a portion of what it owes to the global organization, which is facing a growing cash crunch as the Covid-19 crisis puts pressure on budgets worldwide.
Brazil needs to make a minimum payment of US$113 million toward its total debt of US$391 million by the end of the month in order to keep its vote in the General Assembly, UN Assistant Secretary-General Chandramouli Ramanathan wrote in a letter to Brazil’s UN mission.
The Ministry of . . .