Brazil–Cuba relations

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Brazilian-Cuban relations
Map indicating locations of Brazil and Cuba

Brazil

Cuba
former Cuban President Fidel Castro and former Brazilian President Lula da Silva talking in September 2003

Brazilian-Cuban relations were classified as "excellent" in May 2008 following a meeting of foreign ministers.[1] During a January 2008 state visit to Cuba by Brazilian President Lula da Silva, the Brazilian leader expressed desire for his country to be Cuba's "number one partner".[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cuba-Brazil Relations Get New Impulse at juventuderebelde.co.cu