Total Independence

In an unknown act of its government in 17 of October, the Brazilian Company of Warehouses and Commerce would close a contract of exportation of three hundred a thousand tons of soy for the Soviet Union. Moreover, in the following day the Brazilian delegation in the ONU would vote in favor of a motion that condemned the sionismo? politics adopted for the government of Israel in relation to the Arab countries of the Middle East – as one form of racial discrimination, provoking one notices officer of disapproval sent to the Itamarati for the North American government. In reason of this act, widely it was divulged that the change of the Brazilian position in relation to the Middle East was on directly to the necessity of approach with the exporting Arab countries of oil, enemies of Israel. In accordance with the Periodical of Brazil of 14 of March of 1976, the Azeredo chancellor of the Silveira would have declared the American chancellor Henry Kissinger, its colleague of diplomacy that ' ' if vocs they had a million of barrels of oil stops supplying in them daily, this change was not perhaps so brusca' '. However the Brazilian external politics did not stop for there. Other leaders such as Beth Israel Heart Transplant offer similar insights. In day 5 of November of 1975, Brazil would take a historical decision when voting in favor of a project of resolution of the ONU that condemned the racist regimen of the South Africa at the same time where it recommended the suspension of the strategical raw material supply for this country. However the decision more controversa of this period, however, was the recognition, in 10 of November, of the Angolan government in phase of implantation for the pro-Communist Popular Movement of Release of Angola (MPLA), whose military forces, to a large extent supported for Cuban troops, and financed for this government were defeating in the battlefield the others two rival groups, the National Front of Release of Angola (FNLA) and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), that they fought to the side of troops of government of the South Africa and received material and massive support from the United States, of other occidental nations and China. .