RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Bolsonaro’s government, which embraced both the Trump administration and its core ideals, wants President Biden to know where Brazil stands and it’s not about to reverse course in response to the change of U.S. leadership.
In effect, according to foreign minister Ernesto Araújo, Brazil and the U.S. have many shared interests, including promoting democracy and security in Latin America, and are not on opposite sides regarding the environment
“We hope that the new U.S. administration perceives our government for what it really is, for what the Brazilian people are . . .