Solidarity responses to the : cooperation between Brazil and

Solidarity responses to the : cooperation between Brazil and
Solidarity responses to the earthquake: cooperation between Brazil and Taiwan

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) reported that the Government and people of Brazil gratefully received the approval of a resolution by the Foreign Affairs and National Defense Committee of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil, through which condolences and solidarity after the recent in .

According to MOFA, the resolution was presented by Congressman Rodrigo Valadares, who informed the chamber about the disaster and expressed his condolences.

Valadares also took the opportunity to express his desire that both sides continue to strengthen bilateral exchanges in areas such as culture, economy and trade, noting that Taiwan is Brazil’s eighteenth trading partner.

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Brazil’s position regarding the earthquake in Taiwan

In a statement on the resolution’s approval, the chamber expressed the concern of Brazil’s National Congress over the earthquake, the strongest in Taiwan since the devastating 1999 event.

The resolution supports the Taiwan Friendship Group’s donation of 320,000 Taiwan dollars (approximately US$9,840) in relief funds to a special account established by the Taiwan Disaster Relief Foundation under the Ministry of Health and Welfare of said country.

The president of said group, deputy Junio ​​Amaral, expressed his condolences through the social network X immediately after the earthquake.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan highlighted that the nation and Brazil share fundamental values ​​such as freedom, democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law. It is hoped that this goodwill between the two sides will continue to strengthen, thereby laying a solid foundation for mutual cooperation and support in the international community.

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