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Brazil trusts new Colombian government will help solve row with Venezuela

Friday, July 23rd 2010 - 22:19 UTC
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Brazil is following “closely and with great concern” the latest developments between Colombia and Venezuela said the Brazilian Foreign Office, Itamaraty, confirming that President Lula da Silva will be travelling to meet with his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez next August 6, as was scheduled. Read full article


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  • Billy Hayes

    Brazil is being sorrounded by “allies” (USA-Isr-GB). Colombia, central america, manta, estigarribia, etc. -
    But they know they can count with their historical ally.
    Brazil only war in history they won was side by side with river plate.

    Jul 24th, 2010 - 02:42 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Nicholas

    “Brazil only war in history they won was side by side with river plate.”

    Oh really? The only war? Mmmm, I also read that they won the war against the nazies by sending (500.000 troops or more) to Italy without being side by side with river plate. They, the Brazilians (not clowns from Argie land,Uruguay or which ever hispanic south american nation) were the only Latin American nation who were side by side with it's greatest ally...the US. That's why we here respect the Brazilians and of course for the beautiful women..Lol.

    Jul 24th, 2010 - 03:59 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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