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Arbeleche, Bustillo and Falero will travel to Brazil to deepen the bilateral relationship

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In turn, the statement explains that the delegation was constituted “following up on the meeting that Presidents Luis Lacalle Pou and Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva held on January 25 on the occasion of the latter’s visit to Uruguay.” .

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At that time, the new president of the neighboring country took advantage of his trip to Buenos Aires for the VII Summit of Heads of State of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) and the next day he went to Montevideo to hold a bilateral meeting with the Uruguayan head of state.

In addition, he was received by the mayor of Montevideo, Carolina Cosse, and by former president José “Pepe” Mujica, who was with the mayor of Canelones, Yamandú Orsi. All of them, leaders of the Broad Front (FA).

What will be discussed in Brasilia in the ministerial bilaterals?

As happened in the conclave between Lacalle Pou and Lula, it is expected that in the successive meetings that will take place in Brasilia next week, between local and Uruguayan officials, they will be linked to strengthening the balance of trade and the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

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The discussion as to whether the mercosur it must be relaxed or it will not be difficult to avoid. The “follow-up” of the meeting between the two leaders will now necessarily involve addressing that issue.

At that time, Lacalle Pou raised with the president of the neighboring country the need for Uruguay to “open up to the world” and his intention to “try to do it with all of Mercosur.” Lula, historically a regionalist, surprised by stating that he “agrees to discuss the renewal” of the regional bloc.

In addition, they talked about infrastructure issues – hence the presence of Falero in the procession. There, they expressed their desire to advance in the Waterway of the Merín and Los Patos lagoonsfor which the dredging of the San Gonzalo channel in Brazilian territory is required, which joins both lagoons.

Source: Ambito

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