... scandal in Colombia that continues wreaking havoc with the peace process and governance, little to none of the news surrounding Brazil's most powerful company- which has maintained close relations with the Pentagon into for over a decade- gets reported by ... ... Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and St. Lucia may break off relations with Venezuela due to its authoritarian government, disrespect for democratic values, and its poor record on human rights, among other ...
Nuclear and hydropower prevails in joint Russia–Argentina projects, and Argentina also imports a large share of Russian fertilizers. Of course, the military and technical industry remains an area of interaction with the region.
Russian Mi-171 helicopters are constantly in demand by the governments of Peru, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.
In 2013, Mexico purchased 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft for its domestic air transportation.
Russia signed a contract to build the Chihuido I Hydropower Plant in southwest Argentina, becoming one of the largest ...
... has its interests fulfilled.
Is there interest on behalf of Latin American countries to strengthen bilateral ties with Russia?
Russia’s main clients in Latin America are the biggest economies of the region: Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina. The bilateral relations are much more important than regional cooperation as it is. It’s interesting that we cannot consider ideological realities here. From this perspective, Venezuela should have been the main partner, but it’s far from that.
The expectations for cooperation are much greater than ...