Ernesto Araújo

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Araújo in January 2019

Ernesto Araújo is the conservative, nationalist, and anti-Marxist foreign minister of Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro.

Among other conservative positions, Araújo has spoken positively of U.S. President Donald Trump, Christian values, traditional values including the family and gender distinctions, and national sovereignty.[1] He has strongly criticized globalism, Marxism (including cultural Marxism), and belief in human-caused climate change,[1] and he continued to voice strongly conservative and nationalist positions as foreign minister.[2]

A career diplomat, Araújo was appointed Brazil's foreign minister by president-elect Jair Bolsonaro.[1]

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