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Brazilian President Cancels Visit Amid Diplomatic Tensions with Argentine Counterpart

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Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has canceled his planned visit to the southern state of Santa Catarina this weekend due to the presence of Argentine President Javier Milei. Milei is expected to meet with Brazil's former President Jair Bolsonaro at a gathering of conservative leaders.Lula recently demanded an apology from Milei, who

had labeled him as corrupt, a communist, and a dinosaur. Milei, however, stated he "had no regrets." The two leaders, representing South America's largest economies, have never met face to face.Milei, a right-wing economist and former television personality, is scheduled to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference in Santa Catarina, where he will meet

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whom Lula defeated in the 2022 Brazilian presidential election. Known for his criticism of leftist governments, Milei accused Lula of corruption during his successful election campaign last year. Although Lula spent a year and a half in prison for corruption, the charges were dismissed on appeal, allowing him to run for office again.Lula's recent

for an apology from Milei was met with refusal, with the Argentine leader asserting, "I haven't done anything wrong." Diplomats and businessmen are concerned that the dispute between the neighboring leaders could significantly impact bilateral relations. Brazilian news website UOL reported that Milei's stance could jeopardize the future of the South American trade bloc Mercosur.

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