Sullivan will visit Brazil and Argentina

The White House adviser will discuss issues of strengthening regional stability and recovery after the pandemic with the leaders.

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will visit Brazil and Argentina. He will meet with the leaders of the main US allies on the American continents that are not members of NATO, the White House said.

“While in Brazil, the delegation will meet with leaders to discuss opportunities to strengthen the strategic partnership between the United States and Brazil, strengthen regional stability, advance in solving climate problems, cooperate in the field of digital infrastructure and help shape the path to recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Emily Horn, a representative of the National Security Council.

“In Argentina, they will discuss expanding strategic ties on bilateral and regional priority issues, including post-pandemic recovery, a regional climate summit, as well as overall economic growth and security in our hemisphere and around the world,” Horn said.

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