Amazonia: Johnson worried about the fate of Gb journalist
(ANSA) – LONDON, JUN 15 – The London government is seriously “worried” about the fate of Dom Phillips, a British journalist who disappeared 10 days ago in the Amazon together with the Brazilian anthropologist Bruno Araújo Pereira, with whom he was investigating the situation of local indigenous communities, and believed to have been killed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this today, urged in the Question Time on Wednesday in the House of Commons by his predecessor and party colleague Theresa May to use “all the necessary resources” to put pressure on the authorities in Brasilia so that full light is given to the matter. .
Responding to May, who was elected to the South England college that covers the area where some of Dom Phillips’ family live, Johnson stressed that she was “deeply” anxious. And he assured that the Tory government is not only in constant contact with that of Brazil, but is pushing to provide “every possible help” on the investigative front to solve the case. (HANDLE).
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