Special Adviser on International Affairs for the government will travel on Aug. 15; must stay 5 days in the country
The special adviser for International Affairs of the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT), Celso Amorim, will go to Havana, Cuba, to intensify the resumption of diplomatic relations with the Caribbean country. The trip is scheduled for August 15th. Amorim must stay in the country for 5 days. The information was confirmed to the Poder360. The Brazilian government distanced itself from Cuba during the tenure of former President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) – who is critical of the Cuban political system. In an interview with this digital newspaper, the then Cuban business representative in Brazil, Ambassador Rolando González, said in 2019 that the relationship between the country and the Brazilian government was characterized by a “backward”.