New Zealand Embassy Brasilia, Brazil

23-07-13

The New Zealand Ambassador, Jeffrey McAlister, is supporting the Red Cross Committee in Brasilia (CVBB) to build a centre for identifying environmental risks in the Federal District. The Centre’s objective is to gather and assess information on areas of potential environmental risk in order to act preventively against natural disasters.

25-06-13

There have been protests in a number of cities across Brazil in the past week, including in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Brasilia. 

18-06-13

The New Zealand Ambassador is supporting a youth environmental project, called Projeto Florestinha, based in Campo Grande in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the centre-west of Brazil, through his Head of Mission Fund (HOMF).

23-05-13

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Rt Hon John Key, following his recent visit to Brazil and his goals to deepen bilateral relations, invited Brazil´s Secretary of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC), Tatiana Prazeres, to visit the country as the first `Prime Minister´s Fellow’ from Brazil.

11-04-13

New Zealand Ambassador talks to International Relations students of Federal University of Uberlandia.

03-04-13

The Deputy Head of Mission Helen Tunnah presented the award to the winners of the 17th National Competition for Innovation in Public Sector Administration for the project SIAVANAC – Flight Authorization and Control System of ANAC

03-04-13

The Embassy joined Zespri for a New Zealand promotion in Brasilia on 23 March at the American School’s Global Awareness Fair. 

02-04-13

Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee welcomed today the Prime Minister’s announcement in Brazil on 11 March of a new open skies air services agreement between New Zealand and Brazil.

02-04-13

Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the signing of an agreement which will see more Brazilian students studying in New Zealand, following a bilateral meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on 11 March in Brasilia.

20-11-12

The Government has decided that from 1 January 2013 New Zealand will be aligning its climate change efforts with developed and developing countries which collectively are responsible for 85% of global emissions. This includes the United States, Japan, China, India, Canada, Brazil, Russia and many other major economies, Climate Change Minister Tim Groser says.

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