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    Matvienko promised to become the guide of the President of Brazil in St. Petersburg

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    Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko invited Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to become his personal guide during his visit to Russia.

    The President-elect, on the eve of his inauguration, met with the chairman of the upper house of the Russian parliament, representing the Russian Federation, at the ceremony.

    “Let me be a personal guide in St. Petersburg,” suggested Matvienko. “Because no one will show you St. Petersburg better than me.” “We are waiting for you in Russia,” she added.

    See also: In Brazil, a man with a knife and explosives was detained at the inauguration of the President

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