The Brazilian government will reinforce the presence of security forces in the Amazon to avoid environmental crimes such as deforestation and illegal extraction of minerals, official sources informed.
The Brazilian government will use resources from the Amazon Fund and the state-owned National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) to increase surveillance in the world's largest rainforest, as explained the day before by the Minister of Justice and Public Security, Flávio Dino.
BNDES is the financial institution responsible for managing the Amazon Fund, which resumed this year with a cash flow of more than R$5.4 . . .
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