New York declares a state of emergency over migrant buses
Numerous buses with migrants are currently arriving in New York. The city’s mayor, Eric Adams, has declared a state of emergency. This enables the provision of financial resources.
In the face of numerous buses arriving in the city with migrants from the Texas border area, the mayor of new York, Eric Adams, declared a state of emergency. “We now have a situation where more people are arriving in New York than we can immediately accommodate, including families with babies and young children,” Adams said Friday. The city will have to raise $1 billion for this this year, the mayor said, asking for help from New York State and the US government in Washington. The declaration of a state of emergency allows federal funds to be diverted.
In the spring, Republican governors from Texas and Arizona began to migrants from the border areas to Washington, New York and Chicago, among other places, in order to hand over responsibility to the democratically run cities. A state of emergency was declared in Washington a few weeks ago. More than 17,000 migrants from South and Central America are already in New York, Mayor Adams said.