Graphic taken by a drone of the Ministry of the Interior on the island of St. Martin soon after the passage of Irma. Ministry of the Interior

Hurricane Irma strike the Caribbean islands of St. Martin and St. Bartholomew previous week resulting in the death of at least eleven individuals and the destruction of several homes, streets,

Whilst President Emmanuel Macron is at this time in Guadeloupe to communicate about the situation, a online video taken by a drone of the Ministry of the Interior was revealed on Twitter to exhibit the extent of the harm caused by the passage of Irma , now demoted into a tropical storm.

– Interior Ministry (@Put_Beauvau) September twelve, 2017 [

Emmanuel Macron promised on Tuesday an exemplary reconstruction of the islands of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy, releasing in individual about fifty million euros. More than 1350 condition agents are mobilized to restore a typical situation “as quickly as probable,” claimed the head of condition from Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe.

In addition, the charge of hurricanes in the Caribbean is commencing to be estimated. According to early estimates by the Caisse centrale de réassurance (CCR), a community reinsurer specializing in pure disasters, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy will want a 12 months to get over the harm caused by Irma, 1.two billion euros .

But the ultimate bill could be even higher considering the fact that the latter amount of money does not take into account what will have to be performed to repair service the community infrastructures (streets, h2o, electricity and conversation networks) are not lined by the CCR.

                                    
                                                                        
                

                

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