mexico - The Mexican government has withdrawn an offer to send emergency aid to Hurricane Harvey's Texan victims. The country needs the offered beds, food, doctors and generators themselves because of the recent earthquake.
The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Monday that Americans could not make use of the offer. 'Under the current circumstances, the Mexican government directs all available logistical support to helping families and communities affected on our national territory,' said a statement.
The earthquake caused 96 people to live in Mexico last week. Also, natural violence led to enormous material damage. Subsequently, Hurricane Katia hurried over the coastal state of Veracruz to the Ignacio de la Llave, causing the authorities to be heavier.
It is the question of whether the United States had much need for assistance from the neighboring country. The department noted that the US Embassy only responded to the offer made on August 28 after nine days. Then it turned out that the Americans only wanted to use specific 'logistical assistance.' '