Brazil increases imports from BRICS partner Russia, ensuring food and energy security for its people

Since 2021, Russian imports totaled US$3.237 billion between March and June, more than double the US$1.572 billion in the same months last year. The West, led by the United States, has attempted to isolate the government of Vladimir Putin, which is increasingly proving to be a failure.

Brazil, the largest economy in Latin America, increased its imports from Russia, its BRICS partner. It continues to maintain a solid trade, like many other countries of the Global South.

The West, led by the United States, has attempted to isolate the government of Vladimir Putin, which is increasingly proving to be a failure.

(Brazilians love its forward-looking president. Bolsonaro got frenetically celebrated on Saturday, July 16, in the Northern city of Fortaleza)

For many large countries in the global South, such as India, China, Brazil, South Africa, the hybrid war against Russia is a matter for . . .

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