Bolsonaro says U.S. ‘behavior’ toward Brazil has changed with Biden

The Brazilian president made the statement shortly after the government confirmed that he and Biden will meet for the first time during the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles in June.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro said Thursday (26) that relations between the United States and Brazil would be "frozen" after U.S. President Joe Biden took office in January 2021.

Bolsonaro made the statement in Brasilia in the same interview. He confirmed that he would travel to Los Angeles, the U.S., next month for the Summit of the Americas - a meeting of heads of state and government where Biden will be the host.

Bolsonaro also said a meeting with Biden has been arranged. It will be the first bilateral meeting between the two presidents since Biden took . . .

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