Brazil’s Government Turnaround: G7 Aid Acceptable Without Apology from Macron

According to the administration's spokesman, the main condition imposed by the Brazilian government is to be able to decide how the donated money will be used.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro is willing to accept the proposed aid package of US$20 (R$80) million from G7 countries and international organizations as long as he can control the resources for fighting fires in the Amazon, his spokesman said on Tuesday, August 27th.

The government is open to receiving financial support from organizations and countries provided that this "does not offend Brazilian sovereignty and . . .

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