Cyro de Freitas Valle

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Cyro de Freitas Valle
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Born 16 August 1896
São Paulo, Brazil
Died 7 November 1969
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Cyro de Freitas Valle (16 August 1896 – 7 November 1969) was a Brazilian lawyer and diplomat.

He was the second President of the United Nations Security Council, serving from 17 February 1946 to 16 March 1946. During World War II, Freitas Valle was a minister in Berlin and actively worked against Jewish immigration to Brazil.[1]