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Brazilian President Tells Other Countries To Not Interfere With Rainforest

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Brazilian President Tells Other Countries To Not Interfere With Rainforest

Brazilian President Tells Other Countries To Not Interfere With Rainforest

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro recently spoke out about the wildfires happening in the Amazon rainforest.

According to Reuters, he admitted farmers may be illegally setting the rainforest on fire.

Yet he told foreign powers should not interfere and said those trying to send money have interests in mind.

Bolsonaro said: “ They send it [money] with the aim of interfering with our sovereignty.

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