Brazil is Accepted by the U.S. as a non-NATO Ally, Bolsonaro Announces

The president also advocated arming the population to prevent a coup.

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro, who visited the State of Rio Grande do Sul for the first time since his investiture, attended the National Artillery Festival, held in Santa Maria, in the central region of the state. In a speech this Saturday, June 15th, that had not been included in the event's program, the head of state made an important announcement:

"I am very proud to announce that we have just reaped one of the rewards of our visit to the United States. President Donald Trump has accepted us as a major non-NATO . . .

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