Deputies from Brazil expressed their support and solidarity with the Venezuelan Government and people, while expressing their willingness to strengthen bilateral and parliamentary relations between both countries, despite the differences with the current Brazilian Government.
The information was released by the Chancellor of the Republic, Jorge Arreaza, through his social networks, who published a document addressed to the president of the National Assembly (AN), Jorge Rodríguez, which expresses the support of the Brazilian parliamentary group for the installation of the new AN.
"We hope that this electoral victory will contribute to face the economic and financial blockade suffered by its people," they indicate in the letter.
They also expressed their concern about diplomatic relations between the two nations because the Bolsonaro government broke bilateral relations without consulting with the parliament.
"We urge the National Assembly to dialogue with the Bolsonaro government explaining the illegitimacy of Guaidó's actions to appoint illegal representatives to the diplomatic headquarters of Venezuela in Brazil," the document states.
Brazilian parliamentarians hope that the vaccination processes in both nations will allow the resumption of legislative activities and exchange trips.