Brazilian President to visit Israel, the country rolls out the red carpet

A red carpet 58 meters long is being spread ahead of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visit.

March 30, 2019 22:52
Brazilian President to visit Israel, the country rolls out the red carpet

Israel is getting ready for visit of Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro. (photo credit: DEFENSE MINISTRY)


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Ahead of the first historical visit by a serving Brazilian President in the land of Israel the Ministry of Defense released some of the details about the preparations for the arrival of Jair Bolsonaro, 38th President of Brazil. 
The preparations include the erection of a massive tent to ensure the official reception will be held even if it should rain. The spreading out of a 58 meter long red carpet and mounting  hundreds of flags, of Israel and Brazil, respectively. 

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