According to BBC, international leaders at the G7 summit have agreed to provide logistical and financial support to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest.
However, President Jair Bolsonaro does not seem to happy about it:
President Jair Bolsonaro said Mr Macron's plan of an "alliance" to "save" the Amazon treated Brazil "as if we were a colony or no man's land".
A record number of fires are burning in Brazil, mostly in the Amazon, according to the country's space research agency.
The funding pledge was announced as the leaders of the G7 - Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US - continue to meet in Biarritz, France.
Mr Macron said the funds would be made available "immediately" - primarily to pay for more fire-fighting planes - and that France would also "offer concrete support with military in the region within the next few hours".
However, Mr Bolsonaro - who has been engaged in a public row with Mr Macron in recent weeks - accused the French leader of launching "unreasonable and gratuitous attacks against the Amazon region", and "hiding his intentions behind the idea of an 'alliance' of G7 countries".
Clearly rainforest fires are hard to counteract so any help should be welcomed. I am wondering why President Jair Bolsonaro is reluctant about receiving this help.
Question: Why is G7 helping fighting fires in the Amazon rainforest such a big deal for President Jair Bolsonaro?
As a side note, the issue seems to have evolved at almost personal level between France and Brazil's presidents as shown here.