President Temer Meets US VP Pence in Brazil

While President Temer asked that special attention be given to Brazilian minors in government shelters in the U.S., VP Mike Pence asked Latin American countries to respect U.S. sovereignty.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazilian President, Michel Temer, expressed concerned over the fate of at least 46 Brazilian minors in U.S. shelter to visiting U.S. Vice-President, Mike Pence, on Tuesday. The U.S. official took note but stated the United States will continue to do everything in its power to keep the North American nation safe.

“This is an extremely sensitive issue in the eyes of the Brazilian society and government at large.  For that same reason, I requested that he give special attention to ensure that families can be swiftly . . .

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