MIL OSI Translation. Region: Portuguese / Latin America –
Source: Republic of Brazil
On October 19 and 20, National Security Advisor (CSN), Ambassador Robert O’Brien will make a working visit to Brazil.
Ambassador O’Brien chairs the National Security Council, an institution created in 1947, and the principal advisory body to the President of the United States on matters of national security and foreign policy.
The delegation of Ambassador O’Brien’s official mission will comprise, in addition to representatives of the CSN, the US Deputy Trade Representative, Michael Nemelka, the President of the United States Export and Import Bank, Kimberly Reed and the Director of United States Financial Development Corporation, Sabrina H. Teichman.
On the morning of the 19th, Ambassador O’Brien will carry out an economic and commercial agenda in the city of São Paulo. At the headquarters of the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (FIESP), CSN will meet with Brazilian businessmen.
On the same day, in Brasilia, Robert O’Brien will hold a meeting with the Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes. In the afternoon, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Araújo, will have a working meeting and dinner with the representative of the US government. On the occasion, bilateral issues will be discussed and views on regional and international challenges will be exchanged.
On the 20th, Ambassador O´Brien will be received in audience by the President of the Republic in Planalto, and will meet with the Minister of State Chief of the Institutional Security Office of the Presidency of the Republic, General Augusto Heleno.
The visit by Ambassador O’Brien represents an additional milestone in the productive dialogue between the governments of Brazil and the USA in all areas. In addition, it illustrates the diversity of the bilateral relationship on its multiple fronts, particularly in the economic field and in the area of defense and security.
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