RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Iranian Chancellery summoned Brazil's representative in Tehran on Sunday, January 5th, to demand explanations from Brazilian diplomacy about Brazil's position on the events in Iraq that culminated in the death of General Qassem Soleimani of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Soleimani was hit by an American missile five days ago.
As Rodrigo Azeredo, Brazil's ambassador to that country is on vacation, the embassy's business official, Maria Cristina Lopes, represented the Brazilian government in the meeting at the Iranian Foreign Ministry. The meeting was confirmed by Itamaraty to GLOBO, but the content of . . .