Interview collective accordée par le président de la République, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva





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The Vice-Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Germany, Guido Westerwelle, to visit Brazil - Brasília, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, March 9 to 12, 2010


09/03/2010

The Vice-Federal Chancellor (Vice-Prime Minister) and Foreign Minister of Germany, Guido Westerwelle, is visiting Brazil from March 9 to 12, 2010, accompanied by a delegation of parliament members and businesspeople.

On March 10, in Brasília, Minister Westerwelle will hold a meeting with Minister Celso Amorim. They will discuss the strengthening of the Brazil-Germany Strategic Partnership, focusing on trade, economic, scientific and technological cooperation. They will also assess their respective regional outlooks and discuss issues of common interest in the international agenda, such as the reform of international organizations, disarmament and climate change. Minister Westerwelle will also be received by the Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, Miguel Jorge.

On March 11, in São Paulo, Minister Westerwelle will visit Siemens Brazil and meet with the President of the Brazil-Germany Chamber of Foreign Commerce.

On March 12, in Rio de Janeiro, the German Minister will visit Eletrobrás and hold a meeting with representatives of the organizing committees of the 2014 World Cup and of the 2016 Olympic Games. He will also be received by Governor Sérgio Cabral.

Trade exchange between Brazil and Germany increased from US$7.3 billion, in 2003, to US$20.9 billion, in 2008 - an expansion of 185%. There are more than 1,200 German companies established in Brazil, corresponding to the largest industrial park of German origin outside Germany.
http://www.itamaraty.gov.br/sala-de-imprensa/notas-a-imprensa/2010/03/09/the-vice-chancellor-and-foreign-minister-of/?searchterm=germany

India, Brazil, Germany, Japan seek UNSC expansion


25/09/2010

India, Brazil, Germany and Japan (collectively known as G4 nations) have reiterated the need for urgent reform of the Security Council, including expansion of permanent and non-permanent membership, to make it more responsive to 21st century realities.

The call was made after a meeting on Friday of the foreign ministers of G4 countries, including Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna, on the margins of the UN General Assembly, to exchange views on Security Council reform.
India ready to discuss all issues with Pak: Krishna

The ministers also sought an 'improvement in the Council's working methods, in order to render the body more representative, legitimate, effective and responsive to the realities of the international community in the 21st century,' the group said in a joint press statement.

The group noted with satisfaction the overwhelming support among member states for expansion of both categories of membership in the Security Council, including developing and developed countries.

While reiterating their support for each other's candidatures as aspiring new permanent members, they reconfirmed their view of the importance of Africa to be represented in permanent membership, in an enlarged Council. They also reconfirmed the need for additional non-permanent members.

The Ministers welcomed the commencement of negotiations based on the text requested by more than 140 Member States in the 64th session of the General Assembly, the statement said.

They also expressed satisfaction with General Assembly decision 64/568 to immediately continue intergovernmental negotiations on the basis of the second revision of the universally requested negotiation text, in the informal plenary of the 65th session of General Assembly.

Krishna, Qureshi have chance encounter at UN parking lot

They also committed themselves to continue to participate actively in these negotiations, with a view to achieving concrete results on Security Council reform during the current session.

The G4 countries reaffirmed their readiness to reach out to other countries and to work in close cooperation with them towards this goal, the joint statement said.
http://www.itamaraty.gov.br/sala-de-imprensa/selecao-diaria-de-noticias/midia-internacional/india/sify/2010/09/25/india-brazil-germany-japan-seek-unsc-expansion/?searchterm=germany
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