Sectur, Fonatur and Guerrero sign an agreement to strengthen tourist security in Ixtapa
The Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid, reiterated the commitment to work for public safety in the country's tourist destinations until the last day of the current administration, since it is one of the most sensitive issues in the sector
The Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid, reiterated his commitment to work for public safety in the country's tourist destinations until the last day of the current administration, since it is one of the most sensitive issues in the sector and in the that we must work together with all the government orders to achieve positive results.
In Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, the official headed the signing of the Collaboration Agreement between the National Fund for Tourism Promotion (Fonatur) and the government of the State of Guerrero, through the Secretariat of State Public Safety. Here, the head of the Sectur said that one of the issues that have been worked with the state government, the municipality and the security authorities, is to provide more public safety because it continues to be one of the most sensitive issues in the sector.
"And that is why, on the instructions of the President, we joined as coadjuvants, in no way harming any faculty of any other unit and on the contrary receiving from them all their acceptance, all their support to join us, because sometimes we say that If the problem belongs to everyone, we all have to go to solve it and the best way is to lead by example, "said De la Madrid Cordero.
Thanks to the implementation of this Operative, visitors and inhabitants of the main tourist destinations of the country, will have the attention and service of federal, state and municipal institutions for the benefit of tourism security, with this collaboration agreement Ixtapa becomes the first tourist destination in Mexico that has infrastructure in favor of the safety of residents and tourists.
During the signing of the agreement, Miguel Alonso Reyes, director of the National Fund for Tourism Promotion (Fonatur), stressed that the federal tourism secretary has been involved and committed to join efforts to improve security in the most important tourist destinations in the country, promoting the creation of Security and Justice Tables in destinations such as Cancun, Los Cabos, La Paz and Ixtapa.
He explained that the agreement contemplates the installation of security arches with state-of-the-art technology, which will help to effectively prevent and deter crime. "These actions focused on increasing levels of public safety, will pay for the construction of a favorable and attractive environment in Ixtapa for both tourists and investors," said Alonso Reyes.