Brazil warns rest of world not to interfere in Amazon burning issue
The Latin American country of Brazil has warned the rest of the world not to interfere in the issue of Amazon burning.
Several western countries, including France, recently expressed their concerns about the issue.
Earlier, the Brazilian far-rightist government spoke in favour of the exploitation of the Amazon resources. He opined that the Amazon resources should be exploited to make profit.
The west believes that it is with the silent blessings of the far-rightist ruler of the country that the burning happens.
Compared to the previous year, there is a tremendous rise in the number of burning incidents in the Amazon region, according to a media report.
Earlier, the Brazilian supremo rejected the allegation that farmers are behind the burning. Later, he has indirectly admitted the involvement of farmers.
The Brazilian leadership has also gone back from their earlier statement that they do not have adequate resource to manage the Amazon which is bigger than the entire Europe.
As per their latest statement, the country has enough resource to handle their operations in the forest and it does not want any support from outside.
The country has reversed their earlier stand that the support of the external world is needed to tackle the issue.
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