Brazil’s Bolsonaro endorses Argentina’s IMF negotiations, confirms meeting with Alberto Fernández

Ambassador to Brasilia Daniel Scioli confirmed that Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro will endorse Argentina in its negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and announced that the country's president will travel to Buenos Aires to meet with Alberto Fernández.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's ambassador to Brazil, Daniel Scioli, has confirmed that Brazilian President Bolsonaro will endorse Argentina in its negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and announced that the country's president will travel to Buenos Aires to meet with President Fernández. He said that the first in-person meeting between the two presidents will take place on the 30th anniversary of MERCOSUR's official foundation.

Scioli made the announcement on Twitter in a message reporting that the first in-person meeting between Bolsonaro and Fernández will take place later this month. The meeting . . .

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