Storm Fiona: President Louis Mussington supports the Guadeloupe victims


President Louis Mussington traveled to Guadeloupe on Wednesday, October 5, to the towns of Sainte-Rose and Capesterre-Belle-Eau, both affected by tropical storm Fiona on September 17. 

Through this initiative, the President wished to bring the support of Saint-Martin to the victims of Guadeloupe, themselves very present alongside the people of Saint-Martin, after the passage of Hurricane Irma in 2017. This solidarity materialized by a donation of 20 pallets of water and 2 pallets of school supplies, a symbolic choice for President Mussington, as water and education are essential elements. 

During his speech, the President of Saint-Martin stressed the importance of solidarity between Caribbean territories in the face of natural disasters. A gesture appreciated by the mayor of Ste Rose, Adrien Baron and the mayor of Capesterre Jean-Philippe Courtois.


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