News sources have announced the impending travel of Brazilian President Bolsonaro to Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and China.
Experts believe that his intention to travel to the countries mentioned is an attempt to normalize Brazil's trade relations with the countries.
During his electoral campaign, Bolsonaro criticized China for having infiltrated key economic sectors in Brazil. Meanwhile, the country is one of Brazil's largest soy and chicken markets.
On the other side of the world, his promise to transfer the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has weakened Brazil's relationship with Arab countries-one of the main goals of the country's chicken exports.
The weakness that seems to be so important for Brazilians farmers that have been struggling to rebuild the country's fears of reducing the purchase of poultry products by Arab countries.