Bolsonaro Says Amazon Countries Must Fight to Retain Sovereignty

The Presidents of seven Amazonian countries met on Friday in defense of the world's largest rainforest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The presidents of countries that are part of the Amazon region and representatives of indigenous peoples took part in a meeting on Friday, September 6th, in search of ways to preserve the forest, after the fires recorded in recent weeks.

The conference lasted approximately three and a half hours and took place in the city of Leticia, Colombia, on the border with Brazil and Peru.

Seven of the eight countries covered . . .

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