Relationship between Brazil and China is ‘Siamese,’ says Brazilian Vice President

Brazil's Vice President, Hamilton Mourão, headed the delegation that reactivated the main mechanism for dialogue between Brazil and China, the Sino-Brazilian High-Level Commission for Concertation and Cooperation (Cosban). By reinforcing, in Beijing, Brazil's commitment to maintaining the "strategic partnership" with China, the vice president acted as a kind of conciliator.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chinese government classified Vice President Hamilton Mourão's visit to Beijing in 2019 as the opening of "a new chapter" in relations with Brazil. Jair Bolsonaro's government had barely completed six months, and Mourão headed the delegation that reactivated the main mechanism for dialogue between the two countries, the Sino-Brazilian High-Level Commission for Concertation and Cooperation (Cosban), which had been stalled since 2015. By . . .

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