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The Brazilian president also said the UNSC needs to expand its membership in order to become more representative.
In the transition to a low-carbon economy, it is important to secure dignified and fair conditions for workers, she warned.
The two sides inked a contract for the stationing and operation of Russian SM-GLONASS automatic measuring station in Brazil.
The government plans to save 20.6 billion reais by cutting back on programs that provide sanitation, housing, technical training and broadband.
Rousseff and her Workers' Party have repeatedly denied any wrongdoings.
Brazilian policy makers have been reluctant to back proposed tax hikes and want the government to cut social welfare programs instead.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has said her country is ready to welcome more refugees "with open arms”.
For 2015, Brazil is targeting a primary surplus of 0.15 per cent of gross domestic product.
Brazil's government, as with all Olympic hosts, has guaranteed to finance any cost overruns.
Rousseff will now sign it into law.