Merida. – At the opening of the second meeting of the Governors of the South-South-East and the United States Embassy, Kenneth Salazar, that country’s ambassador to Mexicostressed that for the first time the United States is paying attention to the sector, which is why they started with a $30 million investment to address environmental issues and boost the digital economy.
In front of him Governor Mauricio Villa Dosali, the Ambassador assured that work will be done on people’s development and democracy.
He assured that for results in the region, the North American economy would continue to integrate with respect to the law, with the aim of bringing prosperity to the people of America, even those through the painful corridors of migration. enter in.
In this meeting, that country’s Chamber of Commerce will seek to strengthen private investment and infrastructure to accelerate the development of this south-southeast region and the Yucatan Peninsula.
Ken Salazar pointed out that these 19 companies are interested in investing in this sector in different sectors of the economy.
For his part, Governor Mauricio Villa Dosal recognized and thanked the ambassador’s push for diplomatic relations with Mexico. President Andres Manuel López Obrador “To set our eyes on the southeast of Mexico, because unless it is developed, it does not have the infrastructure, the economy will be difficult to control.”
In the case of Yucatán, a center for the development of technologies and electronics would be announced, he added.
The meeting includes the governors of Campeche, Leda Sansores San Roman, and Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquín González, and the governors of Tabasco, Carlos Marino Campos; Consul Dorothy Nugger. For Oaxaca, Chiapas and Veracruz, the respective secretary of economy, as well as local businessmen and leaders of the trading chambers of the Yucatán and other states of the Mexican southeast.
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