The Minister of Foreign Relations, Celso Amorim, visits Estonia, Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Austria and Romania between the June 16 and June 22.
According to the Itamaraty, in Tallinn, capital of Estonia, where his itinerary started, Celso Amorim had meetings with President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, and the Minister of the Foreign Affairs, Urmas Paet.
In the meeting with the Estonian chancellor, it was discussed the growth of the bilateral trade and signed a Memorandum of Political Consultations.
On June 18, the Minister was in Poland, where he met with Vice Prime Minister, Waldemar Pawlak, the Minister of the Defense, Bodgan Klich and the President of the Senate, Bodgan Borusewicz.
The visit happened in the context of the celebration of 90 years of bilateral relations between Brazil and Poland, completed in May.
On June 19, the Brazilian chancellor fulfilled his agenda in Sarajevo, rewarding the visit of Chancellor Sven Alkalaj.
Besides the possibilities of bilateral trade and cooperation growth, the Ministers recalled the principal subjects of the international agenda, as soon as Brazil and Bosnia and Herzegovina occupy, at present, non-permanent seats in the UN Security Council.
Amorim also met with the rotary presidents of the country, Haris Silajdžić, Željko Komšić and Nebojša Radmanović, besides other authorities. They signed an agreement about visas exemption in common passports.
On June 20, Amorim visited Serbia, in consideration to the invitation of Chancellor Vuk Jeremic.
There were discussed the enlargement of the bilateral relation in areas like agriculture, energy and commerce.
There were signed the Memorandum of Political Consultations and agreements for the visas abolition in diplomatic and service passports and in common passports.
The Minister finally met with the President of Serbia, Boris Tadic.
Today, in Vienna, Celso Amorim will speak in the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and will have meetings with President Heinz Fischer, Prime Minister Werner Faymann, and the Minister of the Foreign Affairs, Michael Spindelegger.
Invited by the Minister of the Foreign Affairs of the Romania, Teodor Baconschi, Amorim will carry out visit to Bucharest on June 22.
The Chancellors will examine possibilities of growth in the bilateral commerce and enlargement of the cooperation in the energetic and technological areas.
Chancellor Baconschi was in Brazil on May 27 and 28 participating of the Third Forum of the Alliance of Civilizations.
In the occasion, there were secured Agreements on Economical and Technological Cooperation and on Exercise of Remunerated Activities by Dependants of Diplomatic Mission and Consular Distributions.