RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The International Alliance for Religious Freedom will be one of the main subjects of Chancellor Ernesto Araújo's meeting with the American Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, this Friday, September 13th, in Washington.
The United States believes the alliance to be one of the pillars of its foreign policy, and Brazil is expected to be one of the body's founding members.
Cooperation in the offensive against religious discrimination in the world is regarded as a key point of the strategic partnership between the two countries. The initiative aims to defend all religions, but the . . .