How were Brazil's relations with Russia during the war?


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Journalist Luis Kawaguti and Commander Robinson Farinazzo interview Carolina Bernardes, Russian Consul in Minas Gerais and Vice President of Brazil-Russia Chamber, on relations between the two countries during the Russian war against Ukraine, sale of fertilizers and news censorship.

The conversation with Bernardes, who is also a professor of International Relations at the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC Minas), will be this Thursday (14), Starting at 18 hours.

The War Games column features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. Due to the war in Ukraine, the column’s periodicity was expanded to three times a week. These topics are deepened in conversations with experts in the field, now every Tuesday and Thursday.

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