The death toll from the Pacific natural disaster continues to rise, with a new figure of 95 due to the 8.2 quake that affected the states of Oaxaca, Chiapas and Tabasco.
Mexico had pledged to offer food, generators and medical aid to Texas "as good neighbours should always do in trying times".
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Katia had winds of 105 miles per hour early Friday afternoon, with strengthening expected.
And an estimated 2.5 million people are in need of aid. A White House press aide said that President Donald Trump had talked to the leaders of Canada and Mexico after Harvey, but that they hadn't discussed specific opportunities for help.More news: Fox bid for Sky referred to Competition & Markets Authority by culture secretary
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Murat said 1 million people in Oaxaca needed food, water, electricity and help rebuilding damaged homes, while in neighboring Chiapas state, which was closest to the epicenter of the tremor, 1.5 million people were affected, according to officials.
At around the same time, the country's eastern shore was hit by Katia, causing widespread damage to the state of Veracruz.
In other words, providing this kind of humanitarian aid to the United States isn't new for Mexico, despite the fact that the current American president regularly treats the country as a rhetorical and political punching bag.
Mexicans are also frustrated that Trump has not expressed concern about the Mexican quake on Twitter or in a White House release. With the country of Mexico now dealing with its own natural disasters, their government has rescinded offers to help in Texas.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke with Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray on Monday night and offered condolences for the tragedies. "He emphasised to Foreign Secretary Videgaray that the U.S. government stands ready to assist our neighbours in Mexico during this hard time".