By Arkady Petrov
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro met U.S. President Donald Trump this Friday, June 28th, in Osaka, Japan, three months after his official visit to the United States.
The heads of government discussed further economic sanctions for both Venezuela and Cuba, according to a statement by Eduardo Bolsonaro, the president of the Chamber of Deputies' Foreign Relations Committee, on TV Globo. Trump again said that "all options were on the table" when he discussed the Venezuelan situation.
Otávio Rêgo Barros, the president's spokesman, said the U.S. and Brazilian governments . . .