Vladimir Putin and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva first held private talks, after which the two countries' delegations joined the heads of state.
The presidents pointed out the impressive growth in trade, the volume of which reached 2,1 billion dollars in 2005.
A Joint Statement was adopted on the results of Russian-Brazilian talks. In the Statement, emphasis was put on Russian-Brazilian determination to promote further cooperation in the economy, energy, military technology, high-tech, legal and cultural spheres as well as cooperation of regional integration organizations, including MERCOSUR, the Rio Group, the CIS and the Common Economic Space.
Vladimir Putin and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva noted with satisfaction the completion of bilateral negotiations regarding Russia joining the World Trade Organization, something which will strengthen the international trade system and bilateral trade and economic relations.
The document notes that Russia supports Brazil's candidature for permanent membership in the reformed UN Security Council.
Russia and Brazil consider terrorism a threat to international peace and security and consider it necessary to strengthen international cooperation in the struggle against this evil both on bilateral and multilateral levels.
The parties expressed their readiness to continue working together in the struggle against international organized crime and also to increase cooperation in the field of information security.
Presidents Vladimir Putin and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva confirmed that Russia and Brazilian postions regarding key international problems are very close. They supported expanding cooperation between countries in both bilateral and multilateral forums in order to strengthen general peace and security.
The Joint Statement emphasizes that Russia and Brazil adhere to the principles of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and expressed their intention to facilitate the coming into force of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
The Statement noted developments towards bilateral cooperation in the energy sector, in particular the opportunity of expanding Russian participation in constructing hydroelectric power stations in Brazil and strengthening coordination between the countries' oil, gas and petrochemical companies.
Both presidents emphasized with satisfaction the significant potential for cooperation in aircraft construction. In this context they pointed out the aspirations of the Brazilian company, Embrair, to cooperate with Russian enterprises, including the possibility of assembling ERJ-145 jets in Russia.
The contract to send the first Brazilian astronaut to the International Space Station was also signed in the presence of the heads of state. The Head of the Russian Federal Space Agency, Anatoly Perminov, and the President of the Brazilian Space Agency, Sergio Gaudenci, signed the document.
The presidents of Russia and Brazil charged both countries' departments to continue implementing the programme for cooperation in the peaceful use of outer space.
Vladimir Putin and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made a press statement on the results of Russian-Brazilian talks.