In an interview with CNN this Friday (10), the coordinator of the FAAP’s international relations course, Fernanda Magnotta, said that the US government is reticent about major agreements with Brazil until the elections.
“The American government is being very reticent to take big steps in relation to Brazil because it is waiting for the results of the elections,” he said.
According to Magnotta, until the presidential elections, which take place in October, we “will be on a ‘back-up’ policy with the US.
For the professor, Biden’s meeting with Bolsonaro was a protocol within the diplomatic script, which did not advance in negotiations between the countries.
“The feeling I have is that relations have not deteriorated, but neither have they advanced towards an ambitious agenda,” Magnotta said.
She believes that the US is trying to get closer to Brazil due to the lack of stronger partnerships in the region.
“The United States does not have a structured agenda in Latin America. These are very sporadic agendas, there is no deep plan for this region,” she said.
Source: CNN Brasil