Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro stated on Thursday that the South American country will drop its demand that seeing Indian and Chinese vacationers or business people obtain visas.
Bolsonaro, a far-right politician, came to power at the start of the year, and it has made it a policy to decrease visa requirements by a variety of developed nations. However, the statement, made during an official trip to China, is that the first he’s made enlarging that coverage into the growing world.
Before this season, the Brazilian authorities finished visa requirements for tourists and businesspeople by the USA, Canada, Japan, and Australia. Those nations, however, haven’t in return their visa conditions for Brazilian taxpayers.