A visit to Venezuela by two Russian nuclear-capable strategic bombers in December angered the USA government.
The newly inaugurated leader, speaking at an Air Force swearing-in ceremony on Friday, further said he is concerned that the latest proposal for the sale of 80 percent of Embraer's commercial aviation business to Boeing Co could ultimately lead to the USA planemaker owning all of the new venture.
The Venezuelan president also said that this action is to be carried out by the Brazilian Vice President elect, Hamilton Mourao, who 'every day says he is going to invade Venezuela and encourages the use of his military forces against Venezuela. Bolsonaro of the Social Liberal Party won the election.
The intervention comes weeks after far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro, who was elected president previous year on a hardline law-and-order slate, took office.
Then U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt called Natal - the closest point in the Americas to Africa - the "Trampoline to Victory" during World War II because it kept allied troops in Africa supplied. The Americans have concerns in the Amazon because of drug trafficking.
In Thursday's TV interview Bolsonaro praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Hungarian colleague Viktor Orban.
With the start of the new year, Brazil is about to witness a slew of changes in both the government and civic society.
Brazil has deployed military troops in the northern city of Fortaleza, with orders to stop a spike in criminal violence.
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In an apparent reference to gun control, he said: "Good citizens deserve the means to defend themselves".
While legal gun ownership is restricted, drug traffickers and other criminal groups are often heavily armed with automatic weapons.
Attacks including fire-bombings that has swept across Brazil's north-east state of Ceará have continued despite the deployment of at least 300 members of the elite National Public Security Force to help bring an end to days of violence in the region.
In one attack, explosives badly damaged a pillar supporting a flyover road in the town of Caucaia, just to the west of Fortaleza.
Brazil's prison gangs have a reach far beyond the country's jails, which have the world's third largest population behind the United States and China, with almost 730,000 inmates in 2016.
Brazil's Justice and Public Security Ministry, led by popular former anti-corruption judge Sergio Moro, ordered the military police sent to Ceara at the request of Santana given the "urgent" nature of the threat.
Critics argue those ideas only risk inflaming Brazil's violent streets and worsening Brazil's murder tally, almost 64,000 people in 2017, a record. However, Bolsonaro has repeatedly expressed support for United States policies.