Brazil is set to reject an offer made by leaders at the G7 summit, a commitment of $20m to fight record fires tearing through the Amazon rainforest.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the G7 countries would issue $22m (£18m) to “respond to the call of the forest which is burning today in the Amazon”.
The agreement was concluded by leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK, and America in Biarritz, France.
Macron said the funds would be made available "immediately" and that his country would supply concrete support with military within the region among consecutive in a few hours.
There are however speculation that Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro would not accept the donation, saying that his country is treated like a “colony or no-man's land”.