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President arrives in Dallas, United States

Brazilian delegation to meet American businessmen at lunch in which Bolsonaro will be honored

The president of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, arrived in the morning of Wednesday (15) in Dallas, the capital of Texas, in the United States.  "The purpose of the trip will be achieved, to deepen the bonds of friendship and commercial cooperation," the president told reporters awaiting his arrival at the hotel. 

On the agenda today, the president's meeting is scheduled with George W. Bush, the former president who ruled the United States between 2001 and 2009. 

Tomorrow, Thursday (16), Bolsonaro will participate in a lunch offered by the World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth. At the time, he will receive the "Personality of the Year" award from the Brazil-United States Chamber of Commerce.

Entourage                             

The president will be accompanied by five ministers; Ernesto Araújo (Foreign Relations), Paulo Guedes (Economics), Bento Albuquerque (Mines and Energy), Santos Cruz (Secretary of Government) and Augusto Heleno (Institutional Security Office). 

Also included in the Brazilian delegation are the governor of Acre, Gladson Cameli, as well as deputies Hélio Lopes and Marco Feliciano, the President of the Federal Savings Bank, Pedro Guimarães, and the Executive Secretary of the Civil House, José Vicente Santini. The party is expected to leave the United States tomorrow night (16), arriving in Brazil on Friday (17).