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Serac countries applaud Brazil’s return: ‘Your presence completes us’



But the highlight of the summit will be the return of Brazil’s Serac, who left the Forum in 2020 during the term of Jair Bolsonaro (2019-2023). of Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua.”

Representatives of Member States Latin American and Caribbean Community (Shellac) received the return of Brazil to unanimous applause this Tuesday at the start of the organization’s VII summit. After then-Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro withdrew his country from the Forum in 2020.

“Undoubtedly, a shellac without Brazil is a much more empty shellac, and today’s existence completes us”, Argentinian President said. Albert Fernandez The beginning of the VII Therac Summit at the Sheraton Hotel in Buenos Aires.

Return to Serac of Brazil by the Hand of the President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva This is one of the main attractions of this summit, which brings together representatives of 33 countries from Latin America and the Caribbean.

CELAC Summit

The 7th Annual Serac Summit kicks off this Tuesday in Buenos Aires, the night before the Venezuelan president’s trip was cancelled. Nicholas Maduro and the return of Brazil’s Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to the multilateral forum.

Delegates from 33 countries, including 15 countries and heads of government, were welcomed by President Alberto Fernández of Argentina at 10:00 a.m. at the Sheraton Hotel in the heart of Buenos Aires, the venue for the conference.

Bolivians were the first to greet the hosts Luis Arce Uruguayan Louis Lacal Pou and Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez people following honduras Xiomara Castro and Dominica Louis Abinader.

Chilean participants Gabriel Bolick and colombian Gustavo Petro Fernandez, and ideologically close to Philip Davis (Bahamas), Mia Motley (Barbados), Mark Phillips (Guyana), Ariel Henry (Haiti), Ralph Gonsalves (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) in the Caribbean.

Brazilian Luis Inacio Lula da Silva was the last to enter the Sheraton Hotel and received a passionate hug from his close friend Fernandez.

“A shellac without Brazil is a far more empty shellac”, In his inaugural address, Fernandez said:

Source: Biobiochile

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