López Obrador announces that 38 GN facilities will be built in Acapulco
In order to guarantee security in the port of Acapulco, Guerrero, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced that 38 National Guard (GN) facilities will be built to guarantee peace both in residents and in tourists who arrive at the resort.
The president explained that in response to this development, 10 thousand members of the corporation will be deployed for this purpose and in passing he referred to detailing this operation, tomorrow the plan will be presented to carry out this expansion to the coastal area of the state of Guerrero .
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Tomorrow we are going to present a plan to guarantee complete security in Acapulco, 38 facilities will be built for the National Guard, 10 thousand elements to guarantee peace, tranquility and that with security Acapulco continues to be visited by many tourists, we are already working on that,” commented the president.
On this topic, the Tabasco native pointed out that after the passage of Otis and to maintain security in the reconstruction work and support for victims, so far 20 thousand elements of the Navy (Semar), the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) and the National Guard (GN) have been mobilized, with in order to guarantee the safety of the population.
There is no limit on resources to support Acapulco
In more about Acapulco, Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated in the National Palace that The Federation has enough budget to support and restore the port of Guerrero after the hurricane Otis.
In this context, the Mexican president added that there is no budget limit to help the victims, since it is a priority for the government he heads.
"It is enough, there is no limit, it is all that is needed to rebuild the economic and tourist activity of Acapulco, serving everyone with preference to the poorest, most needy people, which is what we are doing," said the head of the Executive.
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