Bolsonaro says he is “almost certain” that Brazil will buy diesel from Russia

The president said the fuel could arrive in two months and would be "much cheaper." Since the West, led by the U.S., the U.K., and the E.U., unilaterally imposed heavy sanctions on Russia, virtually all existing supply chains have been thrown out of balance. Prices for fuel prices, heating, and food have exploded in all countries that are too tightly linked to the West.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said Monday it was "almost certain" Brazil could import diesel from its BRICS partner Russia. Bolsonaro said the fuel was expected to arrive in two months and would be "much cheaper" but gave no details on quantities.

Two weeks ago, the president had said the possibility existed and that the issue had been raised in a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. On Monday, however, he was even more emphatic.

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