Brazil’s Chancellor Visits Africa to Spur Cooperation in South Atlantic

The aim is to encourage trade and military products.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chancellor Ernesto Araújo is traveling to four West African countries this Sunday, December 8th, where he will discuss with local authorities the implementation of agreements in the areas of security, defense, trade, and investment.

The Chancellor will visit Cape Verde, Senegal, Nigeria, and Angola and should return to Brazil on December 13th.

According to Itamaraty's Bilateral Negotiations secretary for the Middle East, Europe and Africa, Ambassador Kenneth Félix Haczynski da Nóbrega, the Chancellor intends to "reactivate" Brazilian cooperation in the field of defense and security with the Southern Hemisphere countries.

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