The Brazilian president canceled the bilateral meeting with the Chinese president
Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, decided not to attend a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday (June 29) in Japan after his delegation had to wait, according to Bloomberg.
The meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Osaka between the head of Barazil-China is expected to begin at 2:30 pm (local time), however at 2:55, a media official The conference told reporters that the meeting was canceled.
A spokesman for Bolsonaro President Otavio Rego Barros said the Brazilian delegation had to prepare luggage and ensure the president’s flight schedule, so “the President decided to cancel this bilateral meeting.” “. “The meeting was delayed a lot, we waited in the bilateral meeting room,” Mr. Barros said.
Mr. Bolsonaro is known as a hard-liners with China, who in April told the media that “Chinese people can buy and sell in Brazil, but they cannot buy Brazil.”
Most likely Mr. Trump will meet Kim at the tripartite meeting
US President Donald Trump on Saturday said he hoped to have a “really interesting” visit to the inter-Korean border, amid speculation that the White House boss could join the talks. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at Banmen Du in a trilateral meeting: US-South Korea, according to Yonhap.
Mr. Trump made this statement to reporters just before attending the welcoming party hosted by President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook at the Blue House, the Korean presidential office, shortly after. when I arrived in Korea.
When a reporter asked President Trump about whether he “heard [something]” about the North Korean reaction, Mr. Trump replied, “Yes, we did.”
Mr. Trump said ‘not yet rushed’ to reach a trade agreement with China
US President Donald Trump, on Saturday, said that meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping was much better than expected, though, he would “not rush” to reach an agreement with China. National, according to, Reuters.
Mr. Trump also said he would not continue to raise taxes on the remaining Chinese imports.
“I am in no hurry, but everything looks very good,” Mr. Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to the ongoing trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing.
“The quality of negotiations for me is far more important than speed.”
The Maduro government released Colombians after three years of detention
The government of Maduro on Saturday released 59 Colombian citizens, who were “arbitrarily” arrested, nearly three years ago, the UN human rights office said, and said. that this is a “positive” indicator, according to Reuters.
Last year, the Foreign Ministry of Colombia (CFM) asked the UN to intervene so that the Maduro regime freed its captured citizens in September 2016.
CFM accused the Maduro government of detaining these 59 people in bad conditions and did not comply with the legal process.