RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff says her decision on whether to cancel a visit to Washington over alleged U.S. spying on her depends upon President Barack Obama's response.
That's what Rousseff says on the official Twitter account of the Brazilian presidency.
She also says Obama took personal responsibility for looking into allegations the U.S. National Security Agency intercepted her communications with top aides.
Rousseff says Friday that she met with Obama during a Group of 20 meeting in Russia. Rousseff says Obama has promised to explain the U.S. spy program to her by Wednesday.
Rousseff says on Twitter that "my trip to Washington depends upon the political conditions to be created" by Obama.
She also says she'll propose new international rules against invasions of privacy before the United Nations.