Brazil refused to be " a slave " US

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva urged US president-elect Barack Obama to stop looking at Latin America as a "slave" and turn around to face her."The arrival of Obama in the White House coincides with the period when the countries in Latin America are uniting processes, and it is not necessary to consider the region as a kind of a slave", - said the leader of Brazil at a press conference for foreign journalists."Evidence

of this is the recently concluded in Brazil, the first 200-year history of the New World Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean", - said on.Prezident Brazil's Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva urged US president-elect Barack Obama to stop looking at Latin America as a "slave "and turn around to face her."The arrival of Obama in the White House coincides with the period when the countries in Latin America are uniting processes, and it is not necessary to consider the region as a kind of a slave", - said the leader of Brazil at a press conference for foreign journalists."Evidence of this is the recently concluded in Brazil, the first 200-year history of the New World Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean", - he said.

Brazilian President Obama recommended primarily to prioritize relations with Central America and Latin America as a whole."These countries deserve respect on the part of US assistance for economic development and job creation. We must not forget that if Hispanics do not find work at home, they are by all means try to get to work in the United States, and this creates a serious migrationproblems for the largest world power ", - quotes the words of Lula da Silva, RIA" Novosti ".

In addition, the President of Brazil noted that Obama is unlikely to repeat the incident with the shoes that occurred last week in Iraq when a local journalist threw them to the US President George W. Bush.It should, however, be noted that the incident in Iraq when US President shoes attacked a local journalist who became very popular in the world.Latin American presidents are now jokingly threaten each other of their shoes, and Internet TV channel Russia.Ru launched flash game "Bush Urine".

In addition, the act of the Arab journalist Muntadara Zeid al inspired by the Heads of States of Latin America on a series of puns."Do not throw shoes It is very hot, so if someone would remove shoes, we immediately know about it by the smell." - Asked friends Lula da Silva during a regional summit.He also threatened to throw a shoe in his well-known love of the lengthy speech, the head of Venezuela Hugo Chavez, if it lasts longer than allotted time.Chavez retorted colleagues sharpness, drawing attention to the Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro, "Maduro wears shoes size 48 ... If this gets into the shoes of someone, he shattered his skull."