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Important information for Brazilians living in Slovakia

Take action to receive information about the elections in Brazil and the Embassy of Brazil's activities.

NOTICE TO BRAZILIANS

The Embassy of Brazil in Bratislava asks Brazilians living in Slovakia to send to consular.bratislava@itamaraty.gov.br the email address in which they want to receive information about the elections in Brazil, the centenary of diplomatic relations Brazil-Slovakia, embassy’s activities and other events of interest to the Brazilian community.

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AVISO AOS BRASILEIROS

A Embaixada do Brasil em Bratislava pede aos brasileiros na Eslováquia para enviar ao correio eletrônico consular.bratislava@itamaraty.gov.br mensagem com o e-mail em que desejem receber informações sobre eleições no Brasil, centenário das relações diplomáticas Brasil-Eslováquia, atividades da embaixada e outros eventos do interesse da comunidade brasileira.

OZNAM PRE BRAZÍLČANOV

Veľvyslanectvo Brazílie v Bratislave prosí Brazílčanov žijúcich na Slovensku, aby zaslali na consular.bratislava@itamaraty.gov.br e-mailovú adresu, na ktorú chcú dostávať informácie o voľbách v Brazílii, storočnici diplomatických vzťahov medzi Brazíliou a Slovenskom, aktivitách veľvyslanectva a ďalších udalostiach zaujímavých pre brazílsku komunitu.

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