Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations yesterday offered 20 million dollars of emergency aid to help battle wildfires in the Amazon rainforest, a gesture Brazil slammed as colonialist. Despite record wildfires in the Amazon and President Jair Bolsonaro previously saying his government lacked the money to fight the blazes, it was not clear if Brazil would accept the G7 offer amid growing international concern. Personal relations between French President Emmanuel Macron and Bolsonaro, already strained by the crisis in the Amazon, deteriorated even further after Brazil’s leader mocked Macron’s wife on Facebook.
- The President emphasizes that the rulers should have a correct vision about the future of the children and the education sector
- Brazil to reject G-7 funds to fight Amazon fires