Carlos Joaquín González, Governor of Quintana Roo, said that his administration works on safeguarding all citizens and more than 16 million tourists who visit the main destinations in the state.
The Governor also emphasized the importance of the security policy carried out during his administration, especially since the US Department of State updated its travel alert for Quintana Roo and other parts of Mexico.
According to the State Tourism Secretariat, 52% of the tourists that visit the beach destinations in Quintana Roo repeat the travel experience (and some of them more than twice), as a result of the satisfaction and approval of those who visit the state.
Joaquín González highlighted the progress that has been made in security matters in locations such as Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Chetumal.
“In Cancún, the state’s preventive police office increased to 100 the number of assigned officers with a total of 25 patrol cars, in order to reinforce the surveillance in non-touristic areas of the city”, he said.
“The National Defense Secretariat (SEDENA), has deployed more than 600 elements, that will work in collaboration with 400 Federal Police officers, to conduct security operations across the state”, the official concluded.
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