United State- From the Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge, the elected governor of Nuevo Leon, Samuel García Sepúlveda, confirmed that the cross-border vaccination program It sets an example for Mexico and the United States how to work together to solve common problems.
García Sepúlveda and the mayors of the mission, Hidalgo and McAllen, highlighted the regional unity with the vaccination programme.
At the start of the second vaccination route with donations from the cities of Mission, Hidalgo and McAllen, The elected governor of Nuevo Leon explained with the mayors the measures to revitalize the economy.
We want to start by thanking the mayors of Mission, Mc Allen and Hidalgo, because that’s just an example we should set in Mexico and the entire United States.”
We are a very important region, this region is the third largest economy in the world And on the day when we all see ourselves as a region, we will continue to grow and thrive,” García Sepúlveda stated.
elected president, They traveled with his wife, Mariana Rodriguez, in the truck that drove the vaccination convoy To the Hidalgo-Reynosa bridge where the biological materials will be applied.
“Today what is urgent is health, today we are still in the stage of COVID and the only solution is vaccination.
Today we want to send a message to Mexico, to Nuevo Leon, that revitalization is mutual assistance, reactivation of opening borders, reactivation of bridges, not walls, reactivation of vaccination and assistance, and that no one in the world will go and make it clear that abroad alone, take care of by all.”
He added that Nuevo Leon owes it to Texas and the United States.
for this part, Armando Ocaña, Mayor of Mission, Texas, welcomed them and highlighted the benefits of working together.
While, Sergio Coronado, the mayor of Hidalgo, agreed that together they would find a solution to the region’s problems.
“This is a great way to celebrate 211 years of independence from Mexico, this is the way to work together and a bilateral union, so that we can find solutions to many of the problems we face like immigration, like the coronavirus,” he explained. .
And McAllen’s Mayor Javier Villalobos said the Rio Grande Valley area also includes Reynosa and Monterrey.
“We are regional and we should think as one, what we do today is very important to the economy, our economy and the economy of Mexico”, specially.
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