"The Chinese side wishes new achievements would be made continuously by Brazil in the path of developing the country", Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang told a news briefing.
"Bolsonaro is far more likely to begin with a turn inward and a focus on the implementation of domestic policies to curb urban violence and curb Brazil's debt", she said.
Mr. Bolsonaro also indicated he would seek to loosen Brazil's gun laws this year, before he even takes office, insisting that more widespread gun ownership would help to cut crime. "You are all my witnesses that this government will defend the constitution, of liberty and of God", Bolsonaro said in a Facebook live video in his first comments after his victory. Lula, the former president, remains in prison on a 12-year sentence for corruption and money laundering.
Bolsonaro, who openly admires Brazil's former military dictatorship and shocked many with his derogatory remarks on women, LGBT people and people of color, remained vague about the environment during campaigning.
Osorio called him an "unabashed admirer of the vicious, vicious military dictatorship" that ruled Brazil between 1964 and 1985.
In the run-up to the election, Bolsonaro, whose first foreign visits would be to Chile, Israel and the U.S. - that according to him "share our worldview" - has said: "The future ministry will come from the productive sector".
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Bolsonaro himself was stabbed in the abdomen at a rally last month and will need to undergo surgery in mid-December to remove a colostomy bag before he can travel to Santiago and Washington.
This, along with his disdain for the Paris climate change accord, could mark a disturbing departure from Brazil's historical sensitivity to keeping its precious environmental resources intact.
Ibope poll released late on Saturday show that the Workers Party left-winger candidate, Fernando Haddad narrowed Bolsonaro's lead to eight percentage points.
In his television interview Bolsonaro - who recently threatened to exile or jail "red outlaws" - said he expected "fierce" opposition but would not seek "to crush" such dissent.
Bolsonaro appeared in public Tuesday for the first time as president-elect.
It said the biggest risks facing Brazil are abandoning the budget-cutting reforms launched by outgoing President Michel Temer, or a downturn in external conditions for emerging markets. He will oversee the transition from Rio this week and fly to the capital Brasilia next week, Lorenzoni added. His transition team planned to meet on Monday with President Michel Temer´s team to start work ahead of his January 1 inauguration.
"The PT elected Bolsonaro", he said in an interview published Wednesday.