BRAZIL - AFRICA: AN EXAMPLE OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE AND PROMISING COOPERATION
A. Y. BORZOVA Candidate of Historical Sciences Peoples ' Friendship University of Russia Africa Keywords:, Brazil, IBSA, BRICS, foreign economic relations, South-South Brazil, which became the sixth largest economy in the world in 2011.1, has been rapidly developing political, economic, regional and interregional ties with dozens of countries over the past decade . This country seeks to play a more active political role on the world stage, expand the scope of foreign economic relations, and raise its status at the global level. For objective historical and geographical reasons, the Latin American region remains the most important area of Brazil's foreign policy. However, for a long time now, the country has been making efforts to strengthen its cooperation with Africa. President F. E. Cardoso (1995 - 2002) started to do this; I. Lula da Silva (2003 - 2010), who succeeded him, and the current President Dilma Rousseff continued the same line. The course of President Lula da Silva was called "Brazil's Preferential Policy towards Africa". From 2003 to 2010 he made 28 visits to Africa, visited 23 countries, some several times (South Africa-5, Mozambique-3, Angola-2), and opened 16 new embassies of Brazil, 2 to 37 on the continent. Of all the Latin American countries, Brazil is most interested in developing political, trade and economic ties with Africa. The only Portuguese-speaking country in South America, Brazil combines regional and global interests in its foreign policy, and it also has significantly more Africans "settled" here than in any other country in the world. INTERCONTINENTAL SUMMITS Brazil is developing cooperation with African countries in several areas: through South-South cooperation within the framework of the South America - Africa Intercontinental Summits (ASA), through IBSA (India, Brazil, South Africa - IBSA), which is an association of leading developing countries, and through the Community of Portuguese-speaking States (CPLP). Brazil attaches part ... Read more
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