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Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-news

Brasilia-16/08/2019 – In ceremony at the Naval Club in Brasilia, the Minister of Defence, mr Fernando Azevedo, received on Thursday (the 15th), in the Order of Merit in There. The award, granted by the Ministry of Infrastructure, which is intended to laurear to all those who, in a decisive way, contributed to the development and progress of the transportation industry.

The Minister of Defense, received the medal in the category of “Relevant Service”, in which they are to be awarded to those who have labored so superior to the natural expectation for the expansion and improvement of the transportation in Brazil. He was awarded the order of the Vice-President, by General Hamilton in the Post. At the ceremony, which was presided over by the President of the Republic, which was also good.”

The Vice-President of the Republic to present the Minister of Defence

In addition to the category of “Relevant” and award it also gets a sort of “Cross There”, which recognizes a person who has failed to cooperate to the achievement of the objectives set forth in the plans and programmes of work of the transport sector, as well as to those who, by their knowledge, have made effective contribution to the increase in the level of efficiency of the service.

After the introduction of the medal by the Minister of Infrastructure, Tarcísio Freitas began his speech by thanking the hosts, the Commander of the Navy, rear Admiral Ilques Barbosa, a Junior, is the assignment of the space. He gave a brief overview through the history of the Folder, and highlighted the importance of investment in the segment, because it contributes “to the rise in Gross Domestic Product, employment, and tax revenues”.

In his speech, the President of the Republic, he congratulated the honorees and stressed the pride he feels for the team he set up, nominando to the present, including the prime Minister, Fernando teixeira de Azevedo. He pointed out that his government was encouraging a new class of officials, known as “the rise of the State in which they work creatively and with a high level of awareness focused on the business opportunities that are good for the State.”

In total, they have been granted a 175 medals, including 60 in the category of “outstanding Services” to 115 “Cross There”. The Medal of the Baron of Mauá was founded in 1965 by a Decree 55.475/65, and re-established by Decree no. 3.047/99. It was created to pay tribute to the personalities, national and foreign, who have contributed to the development and advancement of the transportation industry, and foreign trade.

By Margaret Laurence

Photo: Keven Cobalchini

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should of the grammar and/or sentence structure not to be perfect.

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