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US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will travel to Brazil and Argentina

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will travel to Brazil and Argentina

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will travel to Brazil and Argentina, (Reuters photo)

US National Security Adviser, Jack SullivanTo meet with the leaders of the major allies of the United States as part of this week’s tour of Brazil and Argentina, ஒட்டான். The visit to Buenos Aires will take place next Thursday and an influential official of Joe Biden’s administration will meet with the President. Alberto Fernandez Friday. In the meantime, he will travel later Brasilia.

This week, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will travel to Brazil and Argentina with Juan Gonzalez, Director of the National Security Council for the Western Hemisphere, Tarun Chapra, Director of Technology and National Security, Amit Mittal, Director of Cybernetics, and Ricardo Saiga, Director of the State Department’s Western Hemisphere Office.Spokeswoman Emily Horn said in an official statement.

That letter also describes it Sullivan will meet with leaders of key non-US allies of NATO”.

Official Juan Gonzalez was in Argentina weeks ago and met with Alberto Fernandez.
Official Juan Gonzalez was in Argentina weeks ago and met with Alberto Fernandez.

Meanwhile, the statement said, “During his stay Brazil, Delegates will meet with leaders and discuss opportunities Strengthen strategic partnerships Between the United States and Brazil, improve Regional stability, Advance climate goals, collaborate on digital infrastructure and help pave the way for recovery from the Govt-19 epidemic.

In Argentina, they will discuss strengthening strategic ties on bilateral and regional priorities.Including epidemic recovery, regional climate summit, sharing economic growth and security in our hemisphere and around the world, ”the report concludes.

In March he traveled to Latin America Admiral Craig Fowler, President of the Southern Command of the United States and a few weeks later, Juan Gonzalez, senior director of the Western Hemisphere, A key figure in Latin America, also visited the subcontinent.

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Appointed by the United States Argentina (1998) and Brazil (2019) Key allies not owned by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Colombia Since 2018, it is the only Latin American country to be a global partner of the organization.

(With information from EFE)

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