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RIO DE JANEIRO, September 1. /TASS/. Brazil will withdraw their ambassadors from Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia in response to criticism of the process of impeachment against Dilma Rousseff, Reuters reported citing its own sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil.
According to Reuters, the decision was made by Brazilian Foreign Minister Jose Serra. Earlier, the three countries harshly criticized the decision on the change of power in Brazil. In particular, the leadership of Venezuela announced its intention to freeze relations with Brazil. Bolivia and Ecuador decided to withdraw its ambassador and Charge d'Affaires of the country respectively.
On Wednesday, the Brazilian Senate supported the initiative of impeachment against President Dilma Rousseff, who had been earlier suspended from her office (by 61 votes to 20). A few hours later Michel Temer, who served as Vice-President of Brazil in the previous administration, officially became the head of the state.