In addition to scientific cooperation, the agreement brings a number of principles, guidelines, and good practices for international cooperation in space exploration, including the exploration of the moon’s territory.
The decision was made at the elections held today (Jun. 11) in New York at the 75th UN General Assembly, with Brazil having received 181 votes.
“Bilateral trade grew in 2020, despite the pandemic, to a record volume of $102.5 billion, with a surplus balance of $33 billion for Brazil. We want a bigger and more diversified economic and commercial relationship with China. Our exports, still concentrated on a few primary products, could expand in amount and variety,” the chancellor declared.
“Among the necessary measures to meet this goal, I mention the commitment to eliminate illegal deforestation by 2030, with the full and prompt application of our Forest Code", said the president.