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President to pay homage on second official visit to the United States

During the trip, Jair Bolsonaro also meets former President George W. Bush

 

The President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, is leaving on Tuesday (14) to Dallas, Texas, in the United States, where he will receive the Personality of the Year Award from the Brazilian and United States Chamber of Commerce.

The tribute will be given at lunch, this Thursday (16,) offered by the World Affairs Council of America. Presidents of financial institutions and businessmen interested in investing in Brazil will participate in the meeting.

World Affairs Council President James Falk said in an interview with Portal Planalto that the Brazilian president's visit to Texas is an opportunity for Americans to map opportunities in Brazil. "The state of Texas exports more than any state in the US. This is an opportunity not only for our members but also for our city and state to hear about economic opportunities in Brazil. "Falk emphasized that the organization is eager to hear Bolsonaro's plans and goals for the country.

According to Falk, the World Affairs Council in Dallas was established in 1951 with the goal of engaging the American public in an intelligent debate about what is happening around the world. All World Affairs Councils are non-profit and neutral, ie do not represent political parties.

"Our goal is to give our members the opportunity to hear issues from different perspectives and make their own decisions," he explained. He added that "many new friendships will be created with the visit of the Brazilian delegation."

Commitments

On the president's agenda, meetings are also scheduled with former US President George W. Bush, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. The return of the Brazilian delegation is scheduled for Friday (17). This is the second official trip that President Jair Bolsonaro makes to the United States. In March, Bolsonaro met with the American president Donald Trump, with whom he sealed several partnerships .