By Emily Saul
The country has also pledged 300 beds, nine generators, personnel and mobile kitchens.
Sada said the goods will arrive by Wednesday.
“We are very pleased to be able to support our brothers in need on the other side of the border,” the undersecretary said, adding that Mexican paramedics, doctors and rescue teams will be sent to multiple cities in Texas, and possibly Louisiana.
The Mexican Foreign Ministry first offered aid Aug. 29, despite President Trump’s tweets slamming Mexico for violence, saying in a statement the assistance was provided “as good neighbors should always do in difficult times.”
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson thanked Mexico’s foreign minister on Aug. 30 for the offer, but did not immediately accept.