Media Title The Will Grant of the BBC describes the view of destruction from above as "disturbing" aid in combating fires in the Amazon rainforest.
French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday that a contract for "technical and financial assistance" had been signed.
Heads of State and Government from the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom Canada continues its meeting in the coastal town of Biarritz on Monday.
Faced with international tensions over record-breaking fires in Brazil.
Critics accuse Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro of making the destruction of the Amazon "anti-green" by anti-environment rhetoric and lack of action on forest deforestation.
The severity of the fires and the reaction of his government led to worldwide protests and protests last week.
President Macron de called the fires "an international crisis" and urged a prioritization on the G7 summit this weekend.
On Sunday, he said leaders "are all agreed to help countries affected by the fires as soon as possible."
"Our teams are contacting all the Amazon countries so we can to make some very specific commitments in terms of technical resources and funding. "
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain would provide £ 1
0 million to protect the Amazon rainforest.
What is Brazil doing?  The Department of Defense said there were 44,000 troops available, and officials said Sunday that military intervention had been approved in seven states.
Fighter aircraft were also drafted to supply the affected areas with water.
The President tweeted on Sunday that he also received a support offer from the Israeli Prime Minister he accepted Benjamin Netanyahu.
President Bolsonaro has previously criticized the response of foreign governments and accused them of intervening in Brazil's national sovereignty.
President Bolsonaro announced the military aid in a televised speech, insisting that forest fires around the world exist "and they can not" serve as a pretext for possible international sanctions. "
On Saturday, EU Council President Donald Tusk admitted it was hard to imagine the bloc ratifying the long-awaited EU-Mercosur deal – a milestone in trade with South American nations – while Brazil was not slowing down the flames yet.
When criticism arose again last week, the Finnish Finance Minister even called on the EU to consider banning the import of Brazilian beef in its entirety.
How bad are the fires?
In Brazil it comes in The dry season is often a forest fire, but the satellite data released by the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE) has seen an increase of 85% this year.
It is estimated that more than 75,000 were recorded in Brazil in 2019, most of them in the Amazon.
Environmental activists have links between the attitude of President Bolsonaro towards the environment and the recent increase in fires produced in the famous rainforest.