Brazilian President: Do not treat the Amazon forest as a colony

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The idea of ​​forming an international coalition to save the Amazon rainforest would treat Brazil as a “colony or no man’s land”, President Jaime Bolsonaro said on Monday, calling the proposal an attack on the country’s sovereignty.

Bolsonaro asked on Twitter about the hidden intentions behind attempts by French President Emmanuel Macron to mobilize support for an international plan of action to help protect the Amazon.


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