Brazil’s Bolsonaro says he foresaw exodus of Argentines to Brazil

The Brazilian president related that on a visit to Paraná, a Brazilian state bordering Paraguay and Argentina, he met a young Argentine immigrant who started crying when the ruler asked him about the situation in the neighboring country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, recalled Thursday (22) that since 2019, in an interview granted to the Argentine press, he predicted the exodus of citizens of that country, as, he said, is happening now in the midst of the pandemic and the economic crisis of the neighboring country.

"You don't need to have a crystal ball to say it. Whoever makes wrong choices is going to pay the price sooner or later," Bolsonaro said in his weekly live broadcast on social networks, alluding to press articles published this week about the massive arrival of . . .

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