Carter: Brazil can play 'crucial' role in peace process

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December 21, 2010 06:50

 
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Former US President Jimmy Carter on Monday told Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo he is happy Brazil recognized Palestinian statehood, adding, "We cannot count on the United States alone to bring peace, since it agrees with almost everything Israel does," The Telegraph reported.

Carter explained the role he envisioned for Brazil, saying it "can help because it has a lot of influence among developing countries. Brazil can be one of the leaders in this process," according to the report.

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