White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said this Friday that the United States reiterated the importance of its partnership with Brazil and one of the most important to the country.
Asked about US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan’s visit to Brasilia at a press conference where he met with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday, Psaki responded that the representative insisted that countries should meet climate goals. , need to work together on vaccines, no more build back better, US government plans for infrastructure.
According to the spokesman, the administration stated that it advocates free and democratic elections.
Also in relations with Brazil, “climate change and deforestation are always important issues”, highlighted Saki.
Sullivan’s tour of South America began in Argentina and ended in Brazil, which was touted as reinforcing the importance of the region to the current government.
Regarding the pandemic, the spokesperson once again said that the government supports the plans of public and private entities to promote vaccination, and cited the case of United Airlines, which recently sought to vaccinate its employees. is one of the companies.
“We are not going into lockdown, we are in a better position than we are to enter,” said Saki, also indicating that the administration plans to open all schools in the country in the fall of the Northern Hemisphere.