Rousseff's state visit to U.S. postponed due to spying flap
BRASILIA, Sept 17
BRASILIA, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The presidents of Brazil and the United States agreed on Tuesday to postpone Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's state visit to Washington in October until U.S spying revelation are addressed.
The Brazilian government said in a statement that "the conditions are not suitable to undertake this visit on the agreed date."
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