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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador heads his conference morning from October 27, 2023 from the National Palace after the security meeting with his cabinet.
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Economic Cabinet will meet today to design a support plan for the tourism sector of Acapulco
The federal economic cabinet will meet this afternoon with members of the private sector at the National Palace to design a support plan for the tourism sector of Acapulco which was severely damaged after the hurricane Otis category 5, in order to present the proposal at the meeting they will have in the port next Monday, reported President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. and will be attended by the Secretary of the Treasury, Rogelio Ramírez de la O, undersecretaries of said agency, the Secretary of the Interior, Luisa María Alcalde, and even the governor of the Bank of Mexico, Victoria Rodríguez. Ceja, who accepted the invitation, as well as members of the private sector.
“We have to get Acapulco back on its feet as soon as possible, that is the plan,” said the president, who added that it will be reviewed which tourism companies had insurance and which did not offer cheap credit alternatives.
Commercial flight leaves with stranded tourists from Acapulco; two more will leave
This Friday morning a Aeroméxico's first commercial flight with tourists stranded in Acapulco bound for Mexico City and two more will leave, one from Volaris and another Viva Aerobusin which people who were vacationing in the port at the time of the hurricane's arrival will be transferred Otisreported the Secretary of the Navy, Rafael Ojeda Durán.
“We will start tomorrow to see how the situation at the airport and passengers behaves and the number of flights will increase. Yes, the Acapulco airport is damaged, fortunately the runway is in good condition and can receive the planes,” he commented.
He added that this morning Navy personnel arrived in Acapulco to support the airport from the port to passengers and also provide security at said air terminal.
Two air bridges are enabled to evacuate tourists in Acapulco after the passage of Otis
Federal authorities enabled yesterday two air bridges to be able to evacuate the dozens of tourists who were stranded in Acapulco due to hurricane Otis and for the arrival of supplies for those affected in Guerrero due to the tropical cyclone, reported the Secretary of National Defense, Luis Cresencio Sandoval.
The general explained that one of the air bridges is in Acapulco International Airport and the other at Military Air Base No. 7 in Pie de la Cuestain which the food supplies have been mainly concentrated, of which, so far, 7,500 have been distributed in the various neighborhoods affected by the hurricane.
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