Union of the Comoros
Relations between Brazil and the Comoros were established in March, 2005, on the occasion of the Preparatory Ministerial Meeting for the Summit of South American-Arab Countries (ASPA). The Embassy of Brazil in Dar Es Salam (Tanzania) is cumulatively responsible for representing Brazil before the Comoros.
Brazil participated in the International Donors Conference for the Union of the Comoros, held in 2005. The Comoran Government has expressed the expectation of counting on the Brazilian cooperation to help promote its social and economic development. When of the presentation of credentials of the Brazilian Ambassador before the Government of the Comoros, in 2011, a Basic Agreement on Technical Cooperation was signed.
At the margins of the 2nd Summit South America–Africa (ASA), held in Venezuela in 2009, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had a meeting with President Ahmed Sambi.
Chronology of Bilateral Relations
2005 – Establishment of diplomatic relations, at the occasion of the Preparatory Ministerial Meeting for the ASPA Summit, in Marrakesh (Morocco)
2009 – Meeting between President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Ahmed Sambi, at the margins of the 2nd ASA Summit, in Isla Margarita (Venezuela)
2010 – The Embassy of Brazil in Dar es Salam (Tanzania) is, from this moment, cumulatively responsible for the relationship of Brazil with the Comoros, replacing the Embassy of Brazil in Pretoria (South Africa) in this function
2011 – Signature of Basic Cooperation Agreement
2016 – The Vice President of Comoros, Moustadroine Abdou, makes an official visit to Brasília (August 10)