Lula da Silva's (PT, progressive-globalist) team communicated to Itamaraty members that "all countries with which Brazil maintains diplomatic relations" should be invited to the inauguration - which includes Venezuela.
The information is from the newspaper O Estadão.
The invitation and the coming of Venezuela's dictator Nicolás Maduro run into a measure of the Bolsonaro government, which prevents his entry into the country.
The Interministerial Ordinance number 7 of 2019, signed by the then ministers of Justice, Sergio Moro, and Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Araújo, "prevents the entry into the country of high officials of the Venezuelan . . .