Amazon Rainforest Wildfire Brazil seeking US help

Brazil has now sought the help of the United States, which has rejected the claims by the G7 nations to help extinguish the fire in the Amazon.

Amazon Rainforest Terrible wildfires have been spreading over the past few days in the Amazon, one of the world’s largest rain forests. The world is in tremendous shock because of this ongoing wildfire. Brazilian officials with Zaire Bolsonaro, who came to Washington

Although Brazil accounts for 60 percent of the Amazon’s forest, it is spread in eight other countries, including Bolivia, Colombia, and Venezuela. The Colombian government has appealed to the world to help control the wildfire.

At a recent G7 conference, the leaders of the G-7 member states announced that they would be paid about Rs 160 crore to extinguish the wildfire spreading in the Amazon.

Amazon Rainforest Wildfire Brazil seeking US help

Brazil rejected this announcement. The Amazon has specifically stated that it does not need the help of the G7 countries to extinguish the fire in the rainforest.

Brazil has sought the help of one of the G7 countries to extinguish the wildfire spreading in the Amazon. Washington sent Brazilian President Bolsonaro, his son and the Foreign Minister to negotiate.

Brazilian President Bolsonaro and US officials met with US President Trump yesterday.

Bolsonaro pointed out that US President Trump had said that the Brazilian government’s attempt to extinguish the Amazon wildfire had been effective and that he had now asked for US help.

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