NoA statement released by a Downing Street spokesman – the chief executive’s home and office in London – said the two leaders spoke on the phone and Sunak “reiterated his congratulations on the victory in Brazil’s October election by President-elect Lula. Both Da Silva and Da Silva agreed on the importance of promoting democratic values.”
Lula da Silva and Sunak “discussed their plans to strengthen cooperation to meet shared priorities such as expanding their work to protect the planet’s natural resources”, an official source revealed.
A British government spokesman added that the two politicians “underlined the importance of taking action to reverse forest loss and the President-elect updated the Prime Minister on his plans to transition to a biodiversity and green economy”.
In a phone conversation, the memo concluded, “the directors congratulated each other on the matches” of the soccer World Cup.
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