The mayor of Guayaquil will deliver tomorrow a written document that meets all agreements achieved with the representatives of the Port Authority of Guayaquil (APG), which were discussed in a meeting carried out last Friday.
Nebot said yesterday that the current points that were agreed about dredging was taking its depth 11 meters of the access channel to the port of Guayaquil, and that the cost of this work should be covered by the shipping companies.
So far, the Annual Investment Plan January to April 2013 APG, made during the dredging process run until January this year, it reached almost 10.2 meters deep, this was achieved between buoys 48 and 51 and from 37 to 40.
In the same document states that the building stopped from February to April, since the dredge was in maintenance.
Mayor Nebot had a controversy with the leader of the regime in recent days due to the official announcement of developing a new port, deep water, somewhere that might not be in Guayaquil, to which the government summoned him to assume the dredging of the access channel to the current port.