Mayor Eric Adams visited Puerto Rico to learn about the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona

The mayor of New York City, Eric Adams, visited this Sunday Puerto Rico, specifically San Juan and Cabo Rojo, to hold a meeting with their counterparts in these municipalities in order to learn personally about the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona on the island.

In the meeting with the mayor of San Juan, Miguel Alberto Romero, Adams announced in a statement his willingness to collaborate in the recovery of San Juan and all of Puerto Rico. initiated itiva is part of a collaboration agreement between San Juan and New Yorkreported Efe.

The mayor of New York was accompanied in the island’s capital by his Faith Base advisors, religious leaders Gilford Monrose and Fernando Cabrera, his senior advisor Tiffany Raspberry, commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez, as well as Kate Smart and Michael Appleton, in the framework for documentation of the damage caused by the hurricane.

Commitment to recover the municipality of Cabo Rojo

Adams and his delegation visited the municipality of Cabo Rojo to meet with the mayor, Jorge Morales, and show their commitment to the recovery of the well as supporting the victims after the passage of Fiona.

“I am grateful for the help that they are sending us today with basic things like water, groceries and even household materials that mayor Eric Leroy Adams, and councilors Rafael Salamanca and Marjorie Velázquez have personally delivered here in Cabo Rojo,” said Morales.

Adams, for his part, reaffirmed his commitment to the mayor of Cabo Rojo with resources to “raise spirits” and to be able to recover the normal life of the citizens who inhabit the municipality, also indicating that he will visit the Dominican Republic this afternoon, a country that was affected by Fiona’s unforgiving pace.

Hurricane Fiona made landfall in southwestern Puerto Rico on September 18causing catastrophic damage on the island and the federal government declared a Major Disaster in the 78 Puerto Rican municipalities.

With information from Efe agency

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