The Spanish Civil Guard on Tuesday arrested a military crew member from one of the planes that is used by the Brazilian Air Force to fly the president of the country, Jair Bolsonaro, when he makes global trips.
"We are investigating the facts and are launching a military police inquiry".
In a tweet, Bolsonaro said he had been informed of Tuesday's arrest by the defense minister and ordered "immediate cooperation with Spanish police", and described the officer's conduct "disgraceful".
The suspect was supporting Bolsonaro's trip to Japan for this week's G20 meeting, Vice President Hamilton Mourao told journalists in Brasilia.
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The military has made at least 29 trips in Brazil and overseas since 2011, several of them with the president's staff.
The man had been assigned with accompanying President Bolsonaro on the final leg of his trip back to Brazil.
In a note about the arrest, Brazil's air force says that when Bolsonaro returns to Brazil, his plane will not pass through Seville, but through Seattle in the U.S. "If the airman is found to have committed a crime, he will be tried and convicted according to the law".
"He was working as a qualified drug mule, let's put it that way", he said. Spanish authorities say the crewman, identified by Brazilian and Spanish media as Sgt. Manoel Silva Rodrigues, was carrying 39 kilos of cocaine - 86 pounds.
'Obviously, given the quantity of the drug he was carrying, he didn't buy it on the corner and bring it, right?' said Mourao.