The number of victims in the quake in Mexico has risen

The number of victims in the quake in Mexico has risen

The number of victims in the quake in Mexico has risen

According to The Dallas Morning News, the Mexican government (by way of Carlos Sada, the undersecretary for North American relations) is offering to send drinking water, portable showers, food, medical supplies, and even soldiers to the stricken parts of Texas to help stabilize the situation and begin the recovery.

On Monday, that offer was rescinded - but not without good reason.

A statement released by Mexico's Foreign Ministry said the aid would now be redirected to help those affected by the devastating natural disaster and Hurricane Katia that wreaked havoc on home soil.

The announcement by Mexico that it was withdrawing its offer to help Texas must have caught someone's attention in Washington.

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"Given this situation, the Mexican government will channel all available logistical support to the families and communities that have been affected in Mexico and has informed the Texas and USA governments that, unfortunately, on this occasion, it won't be possible to provide the assistance originally offered to Texas in late August in the wake of Hurricane Harvey", according to the Foreign Ministry's statement.

The US had thanked Mexico for the offer and said only logistical aid was needed.

Sixteen fatalities were registered in the state of Chiapas and four more in Tabasco.

After the recent quake that affected the country as well as the devastation caused by Hurricane Katia, Mexico has made a decision to put aid efforts in its own victims, pulling help from Texas. "Mexico will be aware of the development of this phenomenon in the following days, and hopes that soon the state of Florida as well as the state of Texas and the state of Louisiana will recover from the damages caused by the hurricanes that have impacted them", the statement said. "He emphasized to Foreign Secretary Videgaray that the US government stands ready to assist our neighbors in Mexico during this hard time".

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