Brazilian and South African leaders held a bilateral meeting on Thursday (January 24) to discuss ways to expand trade partnerships between the two countries. Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro and his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa, met in Davos (Switzerland) on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.
Bolsonaro presented the economic measures that will be taken by his administration to make the Brazilian economy more open and competitive, expanding trade partnerships. The leaders will also seek to strengthen cooperation ties to address challenges common to both countries, such as unemployment and social inequality.
During the meeting, the South African president said he has no doubt that he will find transformations underway in Brazil when he comes to the country for the BRICS (a group formed by Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) Summit, during which leaders of the group will be passed on to Brazil.
– Brazil gov news