Russia’s President Vladimir Putin met Wednesday at the Kremlin with Brazil’s PresidentMichel Temer, who is in Russia on an official visit.
The two presidents discussed the full range of Russian-Brazilian relations, according to the Kremlin, which noted the two leaders gave particular attention to developing and diversifying trade and economic ties, and strengthening cultural and humanitarian cooperation. They also exchanged views on key regional and international issues.
A number of bilateral documents were signed following the talks.
The documents signed include memorandums of understanding in economic and investment cooperation and on organizing information exchange on goods and vehicles moving between Russia and Brazil.
Also signed were a plan of political consultations between the two countries’ foreign ministers for 2018–2021, and a protocol on cooperation, information exchange and mutual assistance within the Eurasian Economic Union’s Common Tariff Preference System.
The Joint Statement between the Russian Federation and the Federative Republic of Brazil on Strategic Foreign Policy Dialogue was also signed.
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