This morning, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador referred to the issue of the mine Conchos Pasta after announcing the rescue of the seventh and last body, of the workers who died during a collapse at the Micarán mine located in Múzquiz, Coahuila, accident that occurred last Friday.
Lopez Obrador He referred to the process of rescuing the bodies of the miners from the accident that occurred at the Pasta de Conchos mine, Coahuila, on February 19, 2006.
“We are allocating for this rescue close to two billion pesos. This is the material thing, this is not the important thing, but it does help to understand that nothing human is alien to us, that we are different. So we are going to move on.”
“We are working deeply, with intensity, because we are seeking to have the rescue, which is what we want, before the government ends, because tunnels are being made and the situation of rescuers must also be taken care of. It is a delicate job, So, it will take us a long time, but it is a commitment that we made with the families of the victims. “