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Tourist in Rome: Bolsonaro visits the house of Salami and Fontana di Trevi - October 29, 2021

Tourist in Rome: Bolsonaro visits the house of Salami and Fontana di Trevi – October 29, 2021

Hiding from the embassy where the president resides Jair Bolsonaro He used (no party) part of his first day in Rome, this Friday, for a roughly two-hour tour that went through some of the Italian capital’s most visited sites.

Meanwhile, in the city to be awarded the title of honorary citizen of the Brazilian, the city hall led by the far right was the target of a demonstration: compost was laid at the door of the small building in the city of Anguillara Veneta, the place of origin of the Bolsonaro family.

Nevertheless, the president insisted upon his arrival in Rome that he was happy to visit where his ancestors came from. But he made no comment on the G20 summit.

Besides fraternizing with supporters, Bolsonaro still has other plans for Friday. A few hours after descending for the G-20 summit, which will be held this weekend, he walked out the back doors of the Brazilian embassy to avoid the press. Together with his son Carlos, he walked to the Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori, Via del Corso and visited Fontana di Trevi. The people who were with him confirmed that the president had not flipped a coin.

One of the highlights of the tour was the stop at Salomeria Restaurant. The owners, when informed that he was the president of Brazil, offered cheese and cold meats, such as Cooked shoulder, zeplo collatello and truffle pitorino.

According to the diplomats who were accompanying the president, the place was also offered by Grappa to the Brazilian, who is making his first visit to the Italian city. But he preferred cola.

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While he was walking around the city, his aides did not explain to the press the whereabouts of the president, nor did they inform him of his fate, claiming “ignorance”.

Bolsonaro walked the entire time without a mask, although the recommendation of the authorities in Rome is to use protection whenever there is any crowding.

If his staff kept silent to explain the president’s whereabouts to the press, his tour included an organized photo outline, carefully rendered to give the impression of broad support for the Brazilian.

Without vaccination, Bolsonaro can enter the building only if he presents a certificate that he has been tested. PCR is only valid for 48 hours.

In Rome, Bolsonaro’s only official commitment on Friday is a formal meeting with Sergio Mattarella, Italy’s president and G20 host. The Italian, as a rule, welcomes all guests to the event.

In an effort to prove that Bolsonaro is not isolated, diplomats insisted that the president would have a formal dinner on Saturday with the G20, a protocol all event organizers have followed for years.

On Sunday, Brazilian Foreign Minister Carlos Franca is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with his French counterpart. The two countries are going through a moment of friction.