Brazil ‘guaranteed’ fertilizers until early 2023, says Bolsonaro

Brazil depends on imports and gets about 20% of the fertilizer it uses from Russia. Another sanctioned country, Belarus, is also one of the main national suppliers. Imported inputs account for about 80% of Brazil's consumption.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) said Tuesday (31) that fertilizer supplies for Brazil are "guaranteed" until early 2023.

The statement was made during the president's visit to the agribusiness technology fair "Bahia Farm Show" in the municipality of Luis Eduardo Magalhaes in Bahia. Also present at the event was former Minister of Citizenship João Roma (PL).

The President spoke again about his negotiations with the Kremlin on Russian fertilizers. "A few weeks ago I negotiated with the Russian President on the supply of fertilizers to our Brazil, this happened last week. Almost 30 ships have . . .

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