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Republic of Zambia

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Diplomatic relations between Brazil and Zambia were established in 1970, when the Embassy of Brazil in Nairobi (Kenya), began to cumulatively represent Brazil before Zambia. Brazil maintained resident Embassy in Lusaka from 1982 to 1996. After the Embassy in Lusaka was closed, the Embassy of Brazil in Harare (Zimbabwe) cumulatively assumed the representation of Brazil before the Zambian Government. The Embassy of Brazil in Lusaka was reopened in 1997. Zambia opened its resident Embassy in Brasília in 2006 ­– the country's only diplomatic representation in Latin America.

Chronology of Bilateral Relations

1970 – Establishment of diplomatic relations between Brazil and Zambia

1979 – Visit of President Kenneth David Kaunda to Brazil

1980 – Signature of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Trade

1982 – Creation of the Embassy of Brazil in Lusaka

1996 – Closing of the Embassy of Brazil in Lusaka

2006 – Opening of the Embassy of Zambia in Brasília

2007 – Reopening of the Embassy of Brazil in Lusaka

2008 – Brazil donates 3.5 tons of beans and 3 tons of corn as humanitarian aid to the victims of floods and inundations in Zambia

2008 – First Meeting of the  Brazil-Zambia Joint-Committee

2010 – Visits of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to Zambia. Participation at the Business Seminar Brazil-Zambia (Lusaka, July 7-8)

2010 – President Rupiah Banda visits Brazil (November 18)

2011 – 2nd Joint Commission Meeting Brazil-Zambia – Brasilia, March 23-24




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