Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Wednesday did not concede an iota of what his Paraguayan counterpart Mario Abdo Benítez was seeking during a bilateral Summit in Brasilia to discuss Annex C of the Itaipú agreement regarding fees.2 comments
Paraguay's Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo said the Bi-Oceanic Corridor will bring Mercosur's entire economic development closer to Asia. His remarks came at a press conference after meeting with his Japanese counterpart Yoshimasa Hayashi in Tokyo earlier this week.Add your comment!
Paraguay's Central Bank (BCP) Thursday hinted the country's GDP might grow above expectations by the end of 2021.Add your comment!
Joseph Salazar, Chargé d'Affaires of the US Embassy in Asunción, Monday tweeted that his country has been, and will always continue to be, an ally of Paraguay.
While Merck's oral drug Molnupiravir has already been cleared by the United Kingdom to treat COVID-19, a Paraguayan laboratory has filed for its emergency registration in the South American country, Doctor María Antonieta Gamarra, head of the Health Surveillance Directorate (Dinavisa) confirmed.
Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay Friday have announced in Glasgow that they had agreed on the need to create a negotiating group to tackle climate change.
Paraguay Tuesday joined the group of nations denouncing last Sunday's elections in Nicaragua, which were won by incumbent President Daniel Ortega over symbolic candidates while those who could have challenged him either sat in jail or were in exile.
After securing new units as replacements, Brazil's Federal Police last week announced the donation of two Bell 412EP helicopters to Paraguay. The two units were built in 1995 and delivered straight to Brazil.
Paraguay and Brazil have exchanged reverse notes on the creation of the Itaipu Binational Accounts Commission last week during an official visit from Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo to Brasilia, it was announced.
A leading British website dedicated to environmental issues has denounced Friday that Paraguay's allegiance to Glasgow's climate goals did not match President Mario Abdo's government policies regarding emissions and that the South American country intends to keep allowing deforestation.