Andrew Manuel Lopez Obradorpresident of Mexico, reported that this Thursday the morning conference will take place in the port of Acapulco Guerreroone of the areas most devastated by the Hurricane Otis last October, where sand “important things” will be revealed.
We will carry out the security meeting and conference from Acapulco. A general report is going to be made on Thursday and I take advantage of it so that the people of Acapulco are aware, we are going to make important things known”, he detailed.
The Mexican president has been the subject of strong questions for not being caught visiting the areas affected by Otis in Guerrero, mainly Acapulco and Coyuca de Benitez.
The last time he visited the Guerrero port was on Wednesday of last week, before moving to San Francisco for the context of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum.
Just on Friday, the Government of Mexico The death toll rose to 49 and the number of missing people remained at 26 after Otis hit Guerrero on October 25, which broke the record for the intensification of a cyclone in our country.
The National Civil Protection Coordination (CNPC) also reported on Friday that 10,000 National Guard agents are still working to reactivate communication routes, in support of the Secretary of Welfare, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) and the Federal electricity commission (CFE).
He also said that there are 6,500 Army agents who support the distribution of water, food supplies and supplies, community kitchens and dining rooms, transportation and operation of collection centers, as well as more than 8,400 sailors.
On November 1, the Mexican Government estimated the cost of repairs and social support in the southern state of Guerrero after the impact of Hurricane Otis at 61,313 million pesos.
However, the Fitch rating agency estimated the catastrophic losses at 16 billion dollars, while the business chambers anticipated two years and up to 300 billion pesos for the reconstruction of Acapulco.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital