The newly elected mayor of New York is leaving for the Dominican Republic this Sunday

The newly elected mayor of New York is leaving for the Dominican Republic this Sunday

New York’s elected mayor, Eric Adams, will visit the Dominican Republic and conclude the program with businessmen and politicians in the country.

Adams will arrive in Santiago de los Caballeros on Sunday, November 6, and on Monday he will have lunch with President Louis Abinader, his cabinet members said.

“As promised, the elected mayor of New York will visit the Dominican Republic and establish relations with our country as the first mayor of this city,” Jadanis Rodriguez, director of the Adams Latin campaign, told Dior Libre.

After Adams counted more than 47.5% of the vote and made his first statement to the leading Electoral Board, he delivered a speech that lasted more than 13 minutes, where he called for unity in New York City.

“It doesn’t matter if it’s Dominicans from Upper Manhattan, or African Americans or Asians, the whole city is divided, but today we wear the New York shirt,” Adams’ first words, after the first statement about it. Election results ..

With 97.76% of the vote counted, 76.14% voted in favor of the former police chief and state senator.

“We have already won. Someone asked me how many votes you need to feel you have won. They do not understand it, we are winning,” said the Democratic candidate for mayor of New York.

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