The commissioner of the Bureau of Emergency Management and Disaster Administration (Nmead), Nino Correa, assured that only last night he learned of the letter that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) had sent him 15 days ago to the governor to warn him about Puerto Rico's lack of preparedness to deal with a natural disaster.
Asked whether the Secretary of Public Security, Pedro Janer, had contacted him, Correa stated that "nobody has spoken to me about this issue "
" I really would like to focus on what needs to be done to address the situation, but I assure you that we have not discussed this topic at all. I found out yesterday about the letter. It is something that they have not discussed with me and I truly believe that this is not the time to do it, "he said in a radio interview (Isla 1320)
. He added that his only" instructions, both from Secretary Janer and from the governor, is that what needs to be done, let's do it ”
“ I want to focus on the work we have to do with my work group and with the mayors and give them the support to trust God that on Friday we can take care of the situation with this system ” , Correa concluded.