Brazil says Paraguay will be #1 priority for vaccine cooperation

Paraguay, which adopted restrictive measures at the start of the pandemic and was at one point one of the countries with the lowest incidence of Covid-19 in South America, is experiencing its worst moment in the health crisis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo has prioritized political ally Paraguay among the countries that should cooperate internationally in vaccine efforts.

The Foreign Minister said that Paraguay will be Brazil's top priority. The statement was made on Wednesday, March 17th, at the Itamaraty Palace, after the first in-person meeting between Araújo and Paraguayan Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo.

After the meeting, the Ministers met with President Jair Bolsonaro at the Planalto Palace.

In his speech at the Foreign Ministry, the Paraguayan Foreign Minister expressed his gratitude for Brazil's solidarity in the pandemic and said . . .

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