Brazil negotiating with U.S. for more access to fertilizer from Iran -chancellor

These negotiations are necessary because the U.S. has imposed sanctions on Iran. As a result, Brazilian companies do not feel safe purchasing Iranian fertilizer - doing business with Iran could result in punishment by the U.S

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's state department Itamaraty continues to negotiate with the head of the U.S. State Department, Anthony Blinken, over a truce that would allow Brazilian companies to buy fertilizer from Iran.

These negotiations are necessary because the U.S. has imposed sanctions on Iran. As a result, Brazilian companies do not feel safe purchasing Iranian fertilizer - doing business with Iran could result in punishment by the U.S. for any company that negotiates a range of products with that Asian nation.

Brazilian Foreign Minister Carlos França said this Wednesday (6) at a public hearing . . .

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