Brazil and Spain Call for a Cease-Fire on Their Deportation War

    Madrid's international airport, Barajas

    Madrid's international airport, Barajas Following a tit-for-tat stand off between Brazilian and Spanish authorities regarding their nations tourists that saw airport agents sending back visitors Brazil and Spain have agreed to a "truce" on migration controls.

    Brazilian Foreign minister Celso Amorim said that a truce had been reached with his Spanish counterpart Miguel Angel Moratinos and in the coming days less rigid controls will be applied to Brazilians arriving in Spain.

    "Spaniard officials called me to find a solution. I interpret the call as a truce, an effort to diminish the number of Brazilians that are not admitted into Spain", said Amorim according to an interview published in the Brazilian daily O Globo.

    Amorim described the phone call by  Moratinos as a "contention attitude" to avoid the situation evolving into a diplomatic incident. Almost 750 Brazilians have been deported so far from Spain and 3.000 in 2007, which motivated a formal complaint from the Brazilian government to the Spanish ambassador in Brasí­lia, Ricardo Peidró.

    Brazilian president Lula da Silva, as happened previously with the United States migratory policy, ordered the principle of "reciprocity" to be instrumented and 27 Spaniards have been deported from Brazil in the last few days.

    In the coming days a "tacit agreement" will be implemented "to avoid excesses, to avoid ill treatments and violation of human rights", said Amorim.

    Last week 30 Brazilians, including scientists who had been invited to an academia congress were retained for over 24 hours in Madrid's Barajas airport before been deported.

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    • Bola Preta

      “written by Brazilian hater, 2008-03-14 23:12:58
      Spain has every right to deny entry to these macaquitos. They will only brown up the country. Let Spain be European. Brazilians stay in your own country.”

      The south of Spain looked pretty dark to me. The whites did not look very white either. Same thing in Portugal.

      A proud macaquito.

    • Bola Preta

      American s**t
      “European s**t
      written by Katrine, 2008-03-17 18:50:02
      I just can’t see why people think that europeans are better than the latin american. They’re just a bunch of feeble minded that know nothing about other countries and have no idea how amazing Brazil is. I’ve been there several times and I can say that the europeans are too influenced by the media, they are just ignorants that don’t know what they are saying.”

      Katrine, I think you are describing Americans and Brazilians, not Europeans.

    • gijoe

      Spain and Portugal make me laugh,former third world countries 25 or 30 years ago. But tell me one thing, where the hell did Spain get so much money from, to buy out the Corporations in Lat AM? It does intrigues me.

      javascript:void(0);
      laughYep, I agrre with you both. Everything Spain has was given to them by the European common market….. know they strut around like they discovered the atomic bomb!

      😀 😀

    • PA

      KATRINE
      “European s**t
      written by Katrine, 2008-03-17 18:50:02
      I just can’t see why people think that europeans are better than the latin american. They’re just a bunch of feeble minded that know nothing about other countries and have no idea how amazing Brazil is. I’ve been there several times and I can say that the europeans are too influenced by the media, they are just ignorants that don’t know what they are saying.”

      -1-what is so good about being latin american?=nothing.
      -2-what is so amazing about brazil?=nothing.

      -EUROPE AND EUROPEANS RULE-

    • Katrine

      European SHIT
      I just can’t see why people think that europeans are better than the latin american. They’re just a bunch of feeble minded that know nothing about other countries and have no idea how amazing Brazil is. I’ve been there several times and I can say that the europeans are too influenced by the media, they are just ignorants that don’t know what they are saying.

    • forrest allen brown

      KK you can have them back
      they are not my idea woman look at Gisele she has sex with more men than you ever though of .
      the mane reason they leave brasil is they get paid more than they ever would in brasil .
      just another form of prosuition

      and how about you get fame and leave your husband for a better life you are one to talk
      you still got you playboy money , have not hurd any new songs come out from you .

      even the S&J learned english and made more money here than in brasil

    • bo

      [b]Dois bolivianos, um italiano e dois brasileiros foram detidos.
      Eles estavam com malas de fundo falso com 12 kg de cocaÀƒ­na.[/b]

      ApÀƒ³s quatro meses de investigaÀƒ§Àƒ£o, dois bolivianos, um italiano e dois brasileiros foram presos pela PolÀƒ­cia Federal (PF) em BrasÀƒ­lia e no ParanÀƒ¡, no sÀƒ¡bado (15). Eles carregavam cinco malas com o fundo falso, cada uma com cerca de trÀƒªs pacotes de cocaÀƒ­na. No total, o grupo estava com 12 kg da droga, segundo a PF.

      A PF informou que o italiano foi detido no aeroporto de BrasÀƒ­lia; os dois bolivianos e um brasileiro, na regiÀƒ£o central da cidade, no Setor Hoteleiro Sul, e um outro brasileiro foi detido no ParanÀƒ¡.

      O grupo se preparava para embarcar para a SuÀƒ­Àƒ§a no momento da prisÀƒ£o, segundo informou a superintendente da PF no Distrito Federal, Valquiria Teixeira de Andrade.

      “Ontem, o brasileiro foi para Curitiba. Mais tarde, o italiano saiu do hotel e foi para aeroporto, iria para Zurique [SuÀƒ­Àƒ§a]. Um dos bolivianos ficou no hotel e os os utros dois entraram em um taxi, com malas para ir ao aeroporto. Decidimos entÀƒ£o abordÀƒ¡-los nesse momento”, explicou a superintendente.
      [b]
      InvestigaÀƒ§Àƒµes
      [/b]
      A PolÀƒ­cia Federal comeÀƒ§ou a monitorar os suspeitos a partir da prisÀƒ£o de uma brasileira na FranÀƒ§a, no ano passado. Ela portava uma mala com cocaÀƒ­na e ia de trem para Zurique. A brasileira informou ÀƒÂ  polÀƒ­cia francesa que havia sido arregimentada por um brasileiro, um dos que foi preso em BrasÀƒ­lia neste sÀƒ¡bado.

      A partir da informaÀƒ§Àƒ£o, a PolÀƒ­cia Federal passou a monitorar o brasileiro e as pessoas com quem se encontrava. No Àƒºltimo dia 14, o principal investigado chegou a BrasÀƒ­lia se hospedou em um hotel da capital, com os dois bolivianos. Ao acompanhar os suspeitos, os investigadores perceberam a relaÀƒ§Àƒ£o do italiano com o grupo.

      Can anyone blame other countries for being rigid in respect to anyone entering their country coming from Brazil? 🙁

    • PA

      YOURE THE SUCKER kk
      “USuck
      written by Kelly Key, 2008-03-16 07:03:09
      no thanks brazil !!!
      American girls are so ugly and fat you need to import models from Brazil, like Adriana Lima or Gisele BÀƒ¼ndchen.”

      -TYPICAL OF BRAZILIANS JUST BECAUSE THEY HAVE A FEW MODELS, THEY THINK THEY RULE THE WORLD.
      HAVE YOU TRULY LOOKED AROUND YOUR SHITTY/FILTHY COUNTRY, 90% OF THE PEOPLE LOOK LIKE “BARANGAS” WITH GREEN TEETH, POOR HYGIENE, NO ONE THE MEN ARE ALWAYS TRADING THEIR WOMEN IN LEFT & RIGHT-

    • marcel forest

      brazilians stasy in brazil
      why should europe let in a bunch of racist retards like all brazilians are? 😉 😉 😉 😉

    • bo

      [quote]But tell me one thing, where the hell did Spain get so much money from, to buy out the Corporations in Lat AM? It does intrigues me.[/quote]

      The english have been heavily investing in the country for the last 25 years. Property prices there today are so far out of whack that Spain is having some very difficult times at the moment in that industry.

    • Kelly Key

      USuck
      [quote]no thanks brazil !!![/quote]

      American girls are so ugly and fat you need to import models from Brazil, like Adriana Lima or Gisele BÀƒ¼ndchen.

      American beauty:
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=lj3iNxZ8Dww

    • João da Silva

      [quote]Spain and Portugal make me laugh,former third world countries 25 or 30 years ago.[/quote]

      I tend to agree with you. Both ruled by Franco and Salazar respectively (Just like Castro in Cuba and Stroessner in Paraguay). But tell me one thing, where the hell did Spain get so much money from, to buy out the Corporations in Lat AM? It does intrigues me.

    • Hughes

      Spain and Portugal make me laugh,former third world countries 25 or 30 years ago.

    • George

      Where will all the Brazilian Prostitutes go now? I guess the Polish & other east European girls will take up the slack! Someone should have told the New York Governor about this problem,,, he spent over $4,000.00 on a bit of tail! Oh the Hypocrisy of it all ! Is there an answer? No!

    • João da Silva

      [quote]IMMEDIATE INDEPENDENCE FOR GALICIA, CATALUNYA and BASKIA ![/quote]

      Where are you, Lloyd Cata? Do you think the “Emperor” will permit this?

    • eagle

      no thanks brazil !!!
      brazil,s illegals are problematic in the u.s.a. ,,as they bring their lieing,frauding,cheating,stealing ways with them……

    • Jacyra Leitte

      SPAIN TO SPLIT LIKE A JIGSAW PUZZLE
      A Espanha Àƒ© um paÀƒ­s ridÀƒ­culo sem liberdade: a Catalunha independente jÀƒ¡ jÀƒ¡, paÀƒ­s Basco independente jÀƒ¡ jÀƒ¡, A galÀƒ­cia independente jÀƒ¡ jÀƒÂ!

      IMMEDIATE INDEPENDENCE FOR GALICIA, CATALUNYA and BASKIA !

    • bo

      [quote]Brazilian president Lula da Silva, as happened previously with the United States migratory policy, ordered the principle of “reciprocity” to be instrumented and 27 Spaniards have been deported from Brazil in the last few days.[/quote]

      Well the U.S. certainly didn’t cave in, the process implented after 9/11 is still in effect today…and for anyone and everyone. Yet I don’t see Brazil photographing and fingerprinting Americans anymore.

      Wonder why?

    • Brazilian hater

      Spain has every right to deny entry to these macaquitos. They will only brown up the country. Let Spain be European. Brazilians stay in your own country.

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