Brazil new jersey: Nike Brazil 2020-2021 Home & Away Kits Released

Nike Brazil 2020-2021 Home & Away Kits Released

The new Nike Brazil 2020-21 home and away kits were officially presented earlier today, paying homage to the iconic 1970 World Cup design.

The 1970 World Cup saw a technical Brazil side amaze the world while winning the tournament, and the new jerseys draw close inspiration from those worn 50 years ago. The shirt numbers are also derived from the original styles.

“More than winning the World Cup in Mexico, the 1970 Brazilian team and their football mean much more – the genius of that team still resonates on the field and in people’s minds. We are honoring the team that installed revolutions ahead of its time. With versatile players who collectively challenged their pre-established roles. A style of football that would become legendary, the ‘beautiful game’ at its best ”, says Gustavo Viana, Marketing Director at Nike do Brasil.

The Brazil 2020 kits are the first to feature the brand-new federation logo, unveiled in April 2019.
They will be worn for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers as well as for the Copa America next year.

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Brazil’s Copa America 2020 home football shirt is predominantly yellow, combined with green for the collar and cuffs. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1970 World Cup win, the design of the Nike Brazil 2020 home kit is inspired by the one worn during the World Cup half a century ago.

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In similar fashion to the home kit, which features a flag-inspired graphic on the collar and sleeve cuffs, the Brazil 2020 away kit boasts a flag-inspired gradient on the front and sleeves.

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The Nike Brazil 2020 home and away kits were unveiled on 8 November 2020, almost six months later than initially planned.

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Soccer came to Brazil in the late 19th century. It was first a game of the elites but then over time became a game of the poor and working class. In this sense, says BBC journalist Fernando Duarte, soccer was the country’s true revolution.

And if soccer is Brazil’s revolution, the Brazilian soccer shirt is its flag.

Brazilians in their soccer jerseys by Danilo Borges (CC BY 3.0)

The Brazilian soccer shirt is iconic. Its bright canary yellow with green trim, worn with blue shorts, is known worldwide. Compared with other soccer jerseys, the uniform is joyful and bold and seems to capture something essential about Brazil.

Official poster of the 1950 World Cup

But it was not always this way. Brazil used to play in plain, unremarkable white shirts. The story of how the uniform changed goes back to the World Cup of 1950, held that year in Brazil for the first time.

David Goldblatt, soccer writer and historian, sees the 1950 World Cup as a transforming event in the world’s perception of Brazil — from a view of the country as an agricultural plantation economy to a new, urban industrialized power in the world.

The soccer stadium built for the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro (the Maracanã), symbolized this transformation. It was like a stadium from outer space, a fabulous, flat white concrete oval with flying buttresses. The stadium looked like a huge flying saucer dropped into the center of the city.

Original configuration of the Maracanã from 1950 to 2010, image by Arthur Boppré (CC BY 2.0)

A lot of optimism about the country and its future surrounded the World Cup that year, and it made the expectations of success for the Brazilian soccer team extremely high.  As the tournament began, they did not disappoint — beating Sweden, then Spain, then Mexico and Yugoslavia. The final game would be with Uruguay, and because of the tournament’s structure, Brazil only had to tie the game to win the World Cup.

Historically, Uruguay had been a strong team, but they were now a waning power. The former Brazilian province was now playing as the underdog and its captain used this status to urge his players on.

On the day of the World Cup final, all of Rio was focused on the game, and a good fraction of the city was actually there. Some estimates for the final game put the crowd in the Maracanã at more than 250,000 screaming fans. As players emerged they were hit with a wall of noise.

In the first half of the game, Brazil failed to get a goal and the crowd grew nervous. Then, Brazil scored and there was a giant sigh of relief from the crowd. Even the journalists ran onto the field and embraced the players. It seemed like the game was won for Brazil.

But halfway through the second half, Uruguay scored, tying the game. Everything would have been fine for the team had Brazil been able to hold at a tie. But then came the turning point. Uruguayan winger Alcides Ghiggia dribbled down the right side looking to pass. Anticipating his pass, the goalkeeper moved out of position. Ghiggia noticed this and instead of passing he shot and scored. There was utter silence from the Brazilian crowd.

Alcides Ghiggia once said that there were only three people who silenced the crowd at the Maracanã – Frank Sinatra, Pope John Paul II, and himself.

Brazil lost that game, and Brazilians were absolutely crushed. People left the stadium in tears, and some of their tears transformed into racist grudges. Recriminations came in quickly, and many focused on the goalkeeper, Barbosa, who was black. Barbosa and two other black players become the scapegoats. Later in life, Barbosa told the story of hearing a woman whispering to a child, “this is the man who made Brazil cry.” It was more than 50 years before the Brazilian team picked another black goalkeeper.

But Barbosa wasn’t the only focus for blame. Everything was scrutinized, including those plain white jerseys the players had worn in the game. Brazilians thought they were cursed and the soccer authorities decided to hold a competition to design a new uniform.

Four-color flag of Brazil

The contest had one key stipulation: the colors of the uniform had to include all the colors of the Brazilian flag (green, blue, yellow, and white). Hundreds of people entered the contest including Aldyr Garcia Schlee, a nineteen year-old illustrator from a small town on the border between Brazil and Uruguay.

Working four colors into just the shirt would be difficult, but Schlee soon realized that he could use the whole uniform to incorporate the colors of the national flag. The result was a uniform of blue shorts, white socks, and a yellow shirt with green trim around the neck and sleeves. This design won and went on to become an iconic symbol of Brazil, full of sun and life.

In 1962, the Brazilians won the World Cup in Chile in Schlee’s uniform. Players like Pele wore the yellow shirt and dazzled the world with their extraordinary skill and beauty. After color T.V. arrived, the world watched Brazil in their shimmering yellow shirts win the 1970 World Cup in Mexico.

Aldyr Garcia Schlee had created a national symbol which was as visible and loved as the country’s flag itself.

But reality wasn’t living up to the image of Brazil that Schlee had created. Schlee had gone on to establish an academic career, but in 1964, a brutal U. S. backed military dictatorship took power in a coup. Schlee, among many others, was considered subversive and arrested. He suffered mental and physical torture, and when released lost his teaching job and was banned from leaving the country.

The dictatorship lasted twenty years. But despite the difficulties of living under the watchful eye of the military police, Schlee became a successful writer and academic. In novels, short stories and his academic work, his specialty became life on the border between Brazil and Uruguay.

Brazil/Uruguay border bridge in Jaguarão, image by Ana Raquel S. Hernandes  (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Schlee was born in Brazil, but less than a mile from the border with Uruguay. Growing up in this border town as well as his experiences under military rule, shaped his feeling about Brazilian nationalism and made him wary of patriotism. Schlee envisioned a better world “without limits or borders.”

Of course, the soccer fan in Schlee can’t help but be proud of the Brazilian team. But Schlee has a secret, or at least something he never shared with those who knew he was the designer of the famous yellow shirt back in the day. Schlee roots for Uruguay.

Brazil & Chile match at World Cup 2010, image via Agência Brasil (CC BY 3.0 BR)

These days when Brazil plays Uruguay, Schlee, like other soccer fans, suits up in his favorite jersey — but not the yellow one that he designed — a sky-blue one, the color used by Uruguay’s team. Then he crosses the border and finds a quiet bar to watch the game.

Nike Launch Brazil 2021 Copa America Kits

With a design that takes inspiration from the nation’s 1970 World Cup winning strip, Nike launch the new Brazil home and away shirts that will be worn for the 2021 Copa America and the upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifiers, with the Seleção set to debut the kits in their upcoming games against Venezuela and Uruguay this month.

With their signature displays on the pitch, Brazil deserve that little bit of flair in their kits, and Nike has duly obliged with the latest home and away shirts for the Seleção. The home shirt takes inspiration from Brazil’s 1970 World Cup winning strip, with the classic canary yellow of the body paired with green in the collar and cuffs. But it’s here that we catch that aforementioned flair in the form of a tonal diamond graphic that’s inspired by the flags of the fans. It’s a touch of pure class that instantly elevates the design, fitting for the players that will be wearing it.

For the away shirt, that tonal diamond graphic is utilised again, but here it is blown up to dominated the upper portion of the shirt, aiding the fade from lighter to darker blue that spreads across the design from lower to upper. Both shirts feature the new federation logo, unveiled earlier this year, but they nod to the past through the use of the same style numbering on the back as the team from 1970. As a final and fitting nod to the World Cup-winning team of 50 years ago, “70” also appears inside the collar of the home shirt in the font used at the Mexico-hosted tournament.

More than winning the World Cup in Mexico, the 1970 Brazilian team and their football mean much more – the genius of that team still resonates on the field and in people’s minds,” explained  Gustavo Viana, Marketing Director at Nike Brasil. “We are honouring the team that installed revolutions ahead of its time, with versatile players who collectively challenged their pre-established roles. A style of football that would become legendary, the ‘beautiful game’ at its best.

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Dress as the best and intimidate the rest. When you and your friends are getting ready for a heated pickup game against your crosstown rivals, make sure you suit up with jerseys from this line. A Brazil World Cup jersey will let your opponent know that you’re not messing around. Look like a superstar, dominate the pitch, and enjoy hard-earned bragging rights with this elite activewear.

Made by Nike, every Brazil national team jersey from this line is constructed from high tech fabric. They are lightweight and airy, yet also tough and durable. Soft, moisture wicking fabric elevates perspiration off your skin, and prevents annoying chafing while keeping you dry and energized. They’ll prevent overheating, and are made to help you handle excess perspiration. Both the classic yellow and the blue Brazil away jersey are available in a range of sizes. The legendary white jersey is also back, it’s one for the ages! The Nike Brazil jersey is tailored for a modern fit that won’t restrict your motion as you catch that lob pass with your chest, or reach for that plate of hot wings.

Are you a collector of national team memorabilia? Add a Brazil soccer shirt to your collection. Take it to the stadium and seek out autographs, or frame it and put it behind your basement bar. They make amazing birthday or holiday gifts for the fútbol fanatic in your family, and are perfect for doing chores in the backyard on a summer afternoon.

We can’t help you play like a superstar, but we can help you dress like one. Suit up with a Brazil kit from SoccerPro.com, and strike fear into the hearts of your opponents. Shop today for national team soccer jerseys and get lightning-fast shipping on your next order.


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Brazil Home Kit 2020/2021

  • Brazil’s Copa America 2021 home football kit is predominantly yellow, combined with green for the collar and cuffs. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1970 World Cup win, the design of the Nike Brazil 2020/2021 home kit is inspired by the one worn during the World Cup half a century ago.
  • Although it’s based on the new Nike template, which in turn is inspired by early 2000s Nike designs such as the 2002 template, the Brazil Copa America 2021 home jersey does not have zig-zag stripes on the side. Instead, the collar and sleeve cuffs of the shirt are green with a diamond graphic that’s derived from the Brazilian flag on the inside.
  • The inner collar of the new Brazil 2020 home kit features a ’70’ graphic, further highlighting the 1970 World Cup kit inspiration.

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  • 100% polyester
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Meet Johnny: The New Jersey boy on the brink of becoming Brazilian title winner with Internacional

By Sunday evening, Internacional will be hoping to become the second team to be crowned champions in the Estadio Maracana in the space of a month as the Covid-delayed 2020 Brasileirao finally reaches its end.

Palmeiras clinched the Copa Libertadores over Santos in the hallowed home of Brazilian football, and now Inter have the chance to take the Serie A title in a top-of-the-table clash against defending champions and fellow hopefuls Flamengo, who lie one point behind with two games left to play.

Victory over the Rio giants in their own backyard would confirm Inter’s return to Brazil’s elite after suffering their first-ever relegation just four years ago, as well as marking their first domestic league crown since the heyday of Falcao, Valdomiro and Jair in the 1970s.

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But it would also place firmly in the spotlight a young prospect who is turning heads north of the equator too: Joao ‘Johnny’ Cardoso, whose abilities in the heart of midfield have already placed him in line for a regular berth in the United States national team.

Cardoso, who turned 19 in September midway through Inter’s Serie A campaign, was born more than 5,000 miles away from his current Porto Alegre home – in Denville Township, nestled in the suburban northern reaches of New Jersey some 30 miles outside New York City.

When he was just three months of age, his Brazilian parents, who ran a porcelain business in the town, decided to move back to their nation of birth. And even in Criciuma, Santa Catarina state, that early influence remained strong, most notably in his distinctly un-Brazilian name.

“It was my father who started calling me [Johnny],” he told GZH in one of his first interviews while starring for Inter’s under-20s team. “John is Joao in English and Johnny is like the nickname version there. That’s how it stuck here too.”

After cutting his teeth with local clubs Criciuma and Avai, Johnny was recruited by Inter at just 14 and quickly rose up the ranks. Originally a forward, he has since moved back up the field and feels more comfortable dictating play as a deep-lying midfielder, equally adept at recovering and distributing the ball.

“We started using him as [as a No.9] but we soon started seeing some very interesting things: his control of the game, tackling, pressure,” U20 coach Fabio Matias revealed to GZH.

“That’s how with time I started pulling him a little further back, and by the end of the championship we’d made him into a No.5 – a defensive midfielder with attacking tendencies, that’s where we see a great future for him.”

Johnny’s first-team debut arrived a few days before his 18th birthday, against Atletico Mineiro, but in 2020 he took on a bigger role for Inter.

He has racked up 12 appearances in the current Serie A season, including five starts: not a huge tally, but impressive nonetheless when considering that he is competing with club captain and 2016 Olympic Games gold medallist Rafael Dourado and ex-Corinthians, Genoa and Udinese star Edenilson in the engine room.

At international level too, things have moved fast for the teen. Last November, USMNT coach Gregg Berhalter called Johnny up for friendlies against Wales and Panama, making him the first player active outside of North America or Europe to be picked for more than two decades.

The youngster featured in both matches, replacing Tyler Adams off the bench in each, and left an overwhelmingly positive impression, most notably on Berhalter.

“Johnny is a brave boy, if you think about it. He doesn’t speak perfect English, he’s 19 years old, he’s had the farthest to travel to get here,” the coach said of his new charge during the international break.

“But he’s still embracing everything and taking everything in his stride. He’s a great person, very good player.

“You can tell that he plays in Brazil; he’s a street-smart player. Any type of physical battle, no matter who he’s going against, he can deal with, no matter what his size is.

“He’s quick on the ball – you can tell he’s in an environment where they value the ball, where you have to take care of the ball, and where you have to play quickly.”

As with Inter, finding a regular spot in the USMNT starting line-up is likely to prove a stern challenge for Johnny. Berhalter boasts a huge array of young talent in midfield, with Adams accompanied by Juventus ace Weston McKennie, Valencia wonderkid Yunus Musah and the Earthquakes’ Jackson Yueill – all of whom are aged 23 or under.

But with World Cup qualifying, the CONCACAF Nations League, Gold Cup and possibly the Olympic Games all on the country’s schedule for 2021, the U.S. will need strength in depth to face up to 20 fixtures in the space of the next nine months.

At Inter too he will have no shortage of opportunities, as between the Gaucho State Championship, Libertadores, Copa do Brasil and 2021 Serie A campaign the Colorados face playing more than 60 matches before the year’s end.

Johnny then has every chance to make this year a breakout season for both club and country; and while his contribution to Inter’s title quest this term has been rather limited, a winners’ medal would do the Porto Alegre Jersey boy’s reputation no harm at all.

90,000 Protests against President Bolsonaro began in Brazil

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In Brazil, protests began against President Bolsonaro

New street actions against President Jair Bolsonaro are taking place in major cities in Brazil, protesters demand his impeachment.RIA Novosti, 02.10.2021

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RIO DE JANEIRO, October 2 – RIA Novosti.New street rallies against President Jair Bolsonaro take place in major Brazilian cities, protesters demand his impeachment; in Rio de Janeiro, social movements, unions and left-wing parties PT, PSOL, PCdoB, PSB, Rede and PDT are participating in a peaceful protest , the correspondent of RIA Novosti reports. The organizers intended to attract centrists and center-right people, but they did not join in. Most of the posters and slogans chanted by the protesters relate to the victims of the pandemic, whose number is close to 600 thousand, delays in the procurement of vaccines, unemployment, hunger and high prices for gas and fuel.Protesters have spoken out in favor of the return to power of former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, who is the leader in popularity in society. Brazil’s 2022 presidential election, while Lula himself did not attend the march, but Labor Party (PDT) candidate Ciro Gomes called for left-wing unity to remove the incumbent from power. against the Bolsonaro government since May of this year.

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In Brazil, protests against President Bolsonaro

RIO DE JANEIRO, October 2 – RIA News. New street rallies against President Jair Bolsonaro take place in major cities in Brazil, protesters demanding his impeachment.

Public movements, unions and leftist parties PT, PSOL, PCdoB, PSB, Rede and PDT are participating in the protest action in Rio de Janeiro, the protest is being held peacefully, RIA Novosti correspondent reports. The organizers intended to attract the centrists and center-right, but they did not join in the speeches.

Most of the posters and slogans chanted by the protesters relate to the victims of the pandemic, whose number has approached 600 thousand, delays in the procurement of vaccines, unemployment, hunger and high prices for gas and fuel.

Protesters called for the return to power of former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, who is the leader in popularity in society. The presidential elections will be held in Brazil in 2022.

Lula himself was not present at the march, but Labor Party (PDT) candidate Chiro Gomes called for unity on the left to remove the current president from power.

The October 2 demonstrations in Brazil are the fifth nationwide left-wing protests against the Bolsonaro government since May this year.

September 21, 10:22 am Spread of coronavirus Brazilian president was forced to eat on the street due to lack of vaccination 90,000 in New York unvaccinated Brazilian president was sent to eat pizza on the street – InoTV

During his visit to New York to participate in the UN General Assembly, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was forced to eat pizza on the street, as he did not fulfill the requirements for vaccination, according to WION. Moreover, the mayor of the city, Bill de Blasio, believes that he should not have come to the United States at all, since the unvaccinated at the summit have nothing to do, says the Indian TV channel.

As Brazil prepares to deliver its opening address at the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, the country’s unvaccinated president is gaining attention for his consistent reluctance to get vaccinated. This time, Bolsonaro turned down Boris Johnson’s offer to be vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine. On Monday, during a meeting in New York, the two leaders met on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, which is going to step up the fight against global warming and the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the meeting, Bolsonaro quickly responded to Johnson’s call to be vaccinated with AstraZeneca, making it clear that he did not agree with him, and said that he was not going to do so yet. Before leaving for New York, Bolsonaro bragged about not getting the vaccine, as his immune system is supposedly strong enough to keep him from getting the virus, and that he doesn’t need a vaccine because he already has immunity to COVID. -19.

Unvaccinated Bolsonaro was also photographed eating pizza on the sidewalk in New York.The secretary of the presidential government, Luis Eduardo Ramos, posted on Twitter a photo of him enjoying slices of pizza with several members of the delegation on the street. He captioned the photo with the phrase in Portuguese: “ Luxurious Dinner in New York “.

Bolsonaro has not met the city’s COVID-19 vaccination requirements in order to eat indoors. The city requires anyone who wants to eat indoors to show evidence that they have received at least one component of the vaccine.The city began requiring mandatory vaccinations last week. Apparently, it was for this reason that Bolsonar had no choice, and he had to eat while standing.

At the same time, the UN demands that world leaders arriving at the General Assembly give their word of honor that they are fully vaccinated against the virus. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio harshly criticized Bolsonaro for not wanting to get vaccinated and even told him not to bother himself with a visit. Let’s listen.

BILL DE BLASIO, Mayor of New York: We must send messages to all world leaders, in particular Bolsonaro from Brazil.If you are going to come here, you need to get vaccinated. If you do not want to get vaccinated, then do not bother yourself with a visit, because joint safety must be ensured. This means that everyone must be vaccinated.

In addition to how he “coped” with the outbreak of coronavirus in his home country, the President of Brazil is also criticized for rising inflation, unemployment and fighting federal courts.

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Jair Bolsonaro, who denied the danger of a coronavirus pandemic, wanted to attend the Brazilian championship match Santos v Gremo on Sunday.He expressed outrage at the fact that he was demanded a certificate of vaccination

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said that he was not allowed to attend the national football match due to the lack of a coronavirus vaccination certificate.Reported by the publication Metropoles.

According to the President, he wanted to attend Sunday’s match Santos (Santos, São Paulo.) – Gremo (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul).

“Why do I need a vaccination passport? I just wanted to watch Santos play and they told me I needed to get vaccinated. What for? I have more antibodies than those who received the vaccine. ” – stressed the president.

Santos played their first match with spectators on Sunday after a multi-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.Attending football matches in most Brazilian states is only possible with a vaccination passport.

Bolsonaro has repeatedly opposed universal vaccination and quarantine.At the beginning of the pandemic, Bolsonaro denied the danger of the coronavirus.

Due to the lack of a vaccination passport, the president was previously not allowed to enter a pizzeria in New York.

Brazil ranks third in the number of recorded cases of coronavirus (more than 21.5 million as of October 10, according to WHO) and second in deaths from COVID (599 thousand, according to WHO).

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Before leaving, Bolsonaro boasted that he had not yet been vaccinated and stated that his immune system is strong enough to withstand the coronavirus.

He was admitted to the UN session, although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, at a meeting on Monday, September 20, nevertheless asked if he had been vaccinated. To which Bolsonaro replied that “not yet.”

New York Mayor De Blasio has asked world leaders to get vaccinated before attending the session.However, no proof of immunization was required from them.

At first, UN chief Antonio Guterres supported the request of the New York authorities, but said he could not force diplomats to show evidence of vaccination or not be allowed to attend the session. In particular, Vasily Nebenzya, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the UN, stated that this would be discrimination.

And the president of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, Abdullah Shahid, said last week that a “system of honor” will operate for presidents, prime ministers and diplomats who will attend the session.

But despite the rules at the UN General Assembly meeting in New York, there are quarantine restrictions, so on his first night in the city, the President of Brazil had to eat pizza on the street.

However, his supporters interpreted this as the laid-back “simplicity” of the president, who is happy to eat pizza outside the Manhattan hotel where he was staying.

Bolsonaro vs COVID-19

Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly questioned the recommendations of experts to contain the coronavirus epidemic.For a while, he publicly denied the seriousness of the coronavirus threat to the country, calling it a mild form of the flu, and accused the opposition, media and local authorities of trying to take advantage of the epidemic and remove him from office.

In the summer of 2020, Jair Bolsonaro contracted the coronavirus himself, but announced this during a closed press briefing, violating the conditions of self-isolation. And to oblige the President of Brazil to wear a medical mask, it took a court decision.

Unvaccinated President of Brazil had to eat pizza on the street in New York

New York, September 21.President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro was not allowed into a restaurant in New York due to the fact that he was not vaccinated against COVID-19 and had to eat pizza on the street. The leader of the South American state arrived in the United States to participate in the discussion of the UN General Assembly.

O presidente brasileiro chegou à cidade no domingo e, para evitar um protesto na porta do hotel em que está hospedado, entrou pela porta dos fundos https://t.co/0vCQkqiRjw # G1 #Bolsonaro #NovaYork # vacinação

– g1 (@ g1) September 20, 2021

To receive the Brazilian president, the restaurant staff closed part of the surrounding area with curtains.Bolsonaro was accompanied by the rest of his delegation: Minister of Justice Anderson Torres , Minister of Health Marcelo Queiroga and Secretary General of the President Luis Eduardo Ramos .

Despite the fact that access to the headquarters of the United Nations is open, in New York there are sanitary regulations: according to them, only those who have been vaccinated with one of the vaccines that are certified in the United States can visit cafes and restaurants.

Di Blasio is dissatisfied

Before the start of the UN General Assembly, the Mayor of New York Bill di Blasio pointed out the need for vaccination for the participants of the event, noting Bolsonara separately.

“We must send a signal to all the leaders of the world, including and especially Bolsonara from Brazil, that everyone who wants to come should be vaccinated. Because we all need to be safe together, ”he said.

The President of Brazil said in response that he was not vaccinated and did not plan to do so, as he had had a coronavirus and had antibodies. Bolsonaro, to the last, denied the danger of coronavirus and called the fear of the disease exaggerated. He refused to impose covid restrictions in Brazil, explaining this as having a negative impact on the economy.

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Reference: BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China) | Russia and Russians: A View from Europe | DW

BRIC is a quarter of the earth’s surface and more than forty percent of the world’s population.Whether the BRIC countries will unite into a single political and economic union or not, it may become known already following the results of the first full-format summit of the Quartet in Yekaterinburg.

Before the financial and economic crisis, the GDP growth of these countries reached 5 to 13 percent per year – a value unattainable for the industrialized national economies of the world in recent years. In addition, the BRIC countries are distinguished by the availability of important resources, which were the key to their rapid development. In Russia, these are energy carriers and mineral raw materials, in Brazil – agricultural products and mineral reserves, in China and India – an abundance of cheap labor and its professional growth.

BRIC – Made by Goldman Sachs

Goldma Sachs headquarters in New York

The BRIC abbreviation owes its very birth to Goldman Sachs analyst Jim O’Neil. Back in 2001, he drew attention to the growing influence of the Quartet in the world. Now the combined GDP of Brazil, Russia, India and China reaches 15 percent of the global one. By 2050 no later than 2050, the BRIC countries should overtake the G7, which unites the most industrialized countries of the world, in terms of this indicator.However, according to forecasts of experts from Goldman Sachs, this may happen earlier – not in forty, but in twenty years.

It should be noted that the sequence of capital letters in an abbreviation is important solely for its euphony. Thus, Brazil has the smallest GDP of the entire four, while China, on the contrary, has the largest. The PRC, according to the latest information, overtook Germany, is now second only to the United States and Japan in this indicator.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev

The BRIC Summit owes its convocation primarily to the global crisis.Although the very agreement to hold the meeting was reached last summer on the sidelines of the G8 summit in Japan. Speaking about the need to change the world order, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at the end of 2008, along with the United States and the European Union, specifically mentioned only the BRIC countries: “It is necessary to radically reform the political and economic systems. stakeholders. ”

China has recently become a major trading partner for Brazil

President of the People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao in Brazil

By coordinating its actions, BRIC hopes to increase its influence on global economic processes.”The countries with economies in transition have huge reserves of liquidity, especially China, which is now the world’s leading figure for this indicator,” said Professor Gu Xuewa of the University of Bochum, Germany. However, the topic of new reserve currencies, already mentioned in Moscow and Beijing, will not be raised during the summit in Yekaterinburg, said the aide to the Russian President Sergei Prikhodko.

Recently, the existing bilateral ties have also been strengthened. In May 2009, Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva paid a three-day visit to China.South America is geographically the most distant from the PRC, but the scale of cooperation should not be underestimated. For example, a month before da Silva’s visit, Celestial Empire became Brazil’s most important trading partner, overtaking the United States.

The influence of countries on world politics has recently intensified

Many leading global concerns are also betting on the rapid growth of the economies of the BRIC countries. Thus, the German automotive giants Daimler and Volkswagen are hoping to increase sales primarily in the countries of the Quartet.Despite the crisis, China’s GDP is projected to grow this year as well – by no less than five percent. Against the backdrop of rising prices for energy and natural resources, the forecasts for the development of Russia and Brazil were improved.

The growing influence of the BRIC countries is also felt in politics. Both Brazil and India are seeking permanent membership in the UN Security Council. True, the support of Russia and China, already represented in this body, is not guaranteed to them in this case.

Author: Vyacheslav Yurin
Editor: Andrey Brenner

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