Brazil under strong pressure to fall in line behind the West to change its stance on Putin

According to sources in Brasilia, some of the talks between the Brazilian government and Western diplomacy border on threats, suggesting that Brazil has only two options: either be against or for the West.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government is under intense pressure from Western powers to change its stance on the war in Ukraine and abstain from votes on excluding Russia from international bodies.

As might be expected, it is American and British diplomats who are leading the offensive, hoping that Brazil will join the Western bloc that is trying to achieve Vladimir Putin's isolation among Latin American countries as well.

While in several countries around the world, pressure from major powers has been accompanied by threats to cut support for certain development programs, this scenario has not been repeated . . .

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