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According to Brazilian Bolsanaro, Johnson sought a 'food' contract from the UK, but the embassy did not agree.

According to Brazilian Bolsanaro, Johnson sought a ‘food’ contract from the UK, but the embassy did not agree.

BRASILIA (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met in New York this week and asked for an “emergency” deal to supply unavailable food, Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro said on Thursday. Britain.

Paulsonaro, speaking to his supporters on his weekly online broadcast, did not mention the producer, but said he had sent Johnson’s request to Agriculture Secretary Theresa Christina.

“He wants an emergency contract to import food items that are not in the UK,” he said.

The British embassy in Brazil denied Polsonaro’s account, saying he did not remember the facts told by the Brazilian president.

The president’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Rising natural gas prices have prompted the closure of some UK fertilizer plants in recent weeks, leading to a shortage of carbon dioxide used before killing gases in beer, soda, stunted chicken and pigs. read more

The UK government, trying to avoid meat and poultry shortages, sought to extend emergency support and warned food producers to prepare for a 400% increase in carbon dioxide prices.

Despite warnings from some vendors, ministers, including Johnson, have repeatedly rejected suggestions that there may be a shortage of traditional Christmas foods such as roast turkey.

Bolsanaro said Johnson had asked him to help increase imports of Brazilian whiskey from Britain.

(Report by Maria Carolina Marcelo and Anthony Butt); Editing by Aurora Ellis and Peter Cooney

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