“We have a protocol between the two defense ministers that must move forward. It is a great opportunity for both countries, because we both produce goods in this area, products of great value. So this is an are where we have to sit together and talk more, to make it move”, said the vice-president at Expo 2020, in Dubai
The Brazilian pavilion at Expo 2020 received 12,795 visitors in the first three days of global exhibit, which opened to the public last Friday (Oct. 1) in Dubai, in the Arab Emirates.
“Investment attraction and the generation of employment and income in the Amazon are key to the conservation of the forest,” said Mourão, pointing out that, for the coming six months, the pavilion will serve to showcase Brazil’s potential to the world.