Bolsonaro: Boris Johnson wants to deal with us to import supply shortages – Economy

Bolsonaro: Boris Johnson wants to deal with us to import supply shortages - Economy
Bolsonaro responded by saying that he had not received any immunizations (Photo: Alan Santos/PR)

President Jair Bolsonaro said Thursday, the 23rd, that the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, wants an emergency trade agreement with Brazil to import supplies in short supply on British soil. The two men met during the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly this week. “I passed these potatoes to (Agriculture Minister) Teresa Cristina,” said Planalto’s president in a live broadcast on social networks. The meeting between the two leaders had repercussions on social media after Johnson recommended to everyone the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine. Bolsonaro responded by saying he had not taken any immunizations. The Brazilian president is the only G20 leader who has announced not to vaccinate himself.

Still on his trip to the United Nations, which was marked by the president’s speech denying and the positive test for the new coronavirus by Health Minister Marcelo Quiroga, Bolsonaro played down protests against him and said he ate pizza on the sidewalk with ministers because it couldn’t fit five people. people in place. Because he has not been vaccinated, the president is not allowed to eat inside restaurants in New York, according to local law.

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