Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador met on Thursday March 21 to review projects, actions and programs that will promote the development of Yucatan, so that they become tangible benefits that contribute to improving the quality of life of the Yucatecans.
At the Office of the President in the National Palace, the head of the Yucatecan Executive and López Obrador agreed to work in a coordinated manner, with respect and political will, always putting the interest of the citizens ahead of any other, for the benefit of Yucatan and Mexico.
In addition, the Governor confirmed that the President will make a short-term visit to Yucatan, which would be his second working tour of the state since he took office on December 1, 2018.
In this framework, Vila Dosal presented the plans that, in terms of health, employment, infrastructure, tourism, economic and social development, environment, agroindustry and security, are necessary to work together with the Federation to extend its benefits.
The Governor emphasized the current situation in Yucatan, where the high levels of security allow important national and international companies of different sectors to invest in the State.
During the meeting, Vila Dosal shared with López Obrador how important it is for the Yucatan to be chosen as the venue of the Tourism Tianguis 2020, an event that will consolidate a series of international level meetings that will be held in the state capital, such as the meeting with members of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, in April; the Nobel Peace Prize Summit in September and the Forum of Leaders Responsible for the BMW Foundation in December.
AMLO and Vila agreed on the significance that the Maya Train project will have to strengthen tourism in the region, since it will generate a significant number of jobs in the Peninsula during its construction, and more that will be created in the long run.
At the end of the meeting, Vila Dosal greeted Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, wife of President López Obrador, thanked the president’s willingness to receive him at his offices in the National Palace and listened to the proposals made to meet the demands of the population of the State.
TYT Newsroom with information from SIPSE