The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil requested the United Nations Organization (UN) to include, two representatives of the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, in the Brazilian delegation that will attend the UN General Assembly in New York .
With the measure, the government of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, wants to guarantee the presence of Venezuelan delegates at the UN.
As representatives of Guaido among Brazilians, Carlos Vecchio, Venezuelan ambassador to the United States, and Isadora Zubillaga, Venezuelan ambassador to France, will both be able to participate in various UN activities throughout the week.
The accreditation of Venezuelans is part of a series of measures that Brazil has taken since January to pressure the regime of Nicolás Maduro, so that it be dismissed.
Since the beginning of his government, Bolsonaro has acted as the principal ally of the United States in his articulation against the dictatorship of Maduro. Being also this nation one of the first countries to recognize Guaido as president in charge of Venezuela.