Returning to Brazil after visiting Haiti and Cuba, the President Rousseff want to spend the whole month without traveling abroad. In March, however, it will intensify the international agenda. OnMarch 6, the president should go to Germany for the Fair of Technology and Innovation Digital Hanover (CeBIT). On day 29,Dilma will go to India for discussions about the BRICs - the group that includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
In Germany, the President will attend the opening of CeBIT, the largest fair of the industry's digital world. From 6 to 10 March are scheduled exhibitions, conferences, lectures and debates. At least 4,200 participating companies, representing 70 countries.
In New Delhi, India, Dilma attend the 4th Summit of the BRICs.The expectation is that the discussions between the Heads of State and Government of the block involving mainly trade. The discussions will be anticipated by the meetings of ministers of Industry and Commerce. In all meetings it is expected that Dilmamention the Rio +20 Conference, held in Rio de Janeiro in June.
In April, the president should travel to the United States. It is retribution for the visit of U.S. President Barack Obama, Brazil, inMarch last year. The trip should focus on Washington, the nation's capital.
From 15 to May 16, Dilma should go to Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, where the Summit will be held in South America-Africa(ASA). Last year, the Foreign Minister, Antonio Patriota, Dilmaconfirmed the presence of the discussions.
In June, there will be the Mercosur Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. On occasion, Rousseff presidents, Cristina Kirchner (Argentina), Fernando Lugo (Paraguay) and Jose Pepe Mujica(Uruguay) should address proposals to enhance the partnership between the countries of the region.
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