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Lula will visit the Amazon and pledge to address the Yanomami Indigenous problem.

Brazil’s former president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, is set to visit the Amazon region in the coming days in order to address the Indigenous Yanomami crisis.

The visit is part of a broader effort by Lula to raise awareness about the plight of the Yanomami, an Indigenous group who live in the remote rainforest in the northernmost corner of Brazil.

The trip will include visits to Yanomami villages, as well as meetings with Indigenous leaders and members of the Brazilian government. Lula will also speak out against the illegal mining and deforestation that have been taking place on Yanomami land in recent years.

The visit comes at a time when the Yanomami are facing increased threats from illegal mining, deforestation and drug trafficking. In addition, the Brazilian government has yet to ratify the Indigenous Land demarcation process, making it difficult for the Yanomami to access the resources they need to survive.

It is hoped that Lula’s visit to the region will help to draw attention to the Indigenous crisis and encourage the Brazilian government to take action to protect the Yanomami’s rights.