Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa and Colombian Ambassador to Mexico, Álvaro Moises Ninco Daza held a meeting today, in which they agreed to blast arts, gastronomy and cultural roots to promote economic, commercial and service ties Did.
Mara Lejama highlighted that Colombia is the third largest tourism market after the United States and Canada. In 2022, 400,000 Colombians will arrive in Quintana Roo. He said his humanitarian and progressive government works so that this tourist success benefits the communities that need it most.
He explained to Ambassador Ninco Dza that to achieve this he has called for a Grand Alliance through a New Pact for the Welfare and Development of Quintana Roo, with social justice to strengthen profound transformation in all sectors of society. joined for. Quintana Roo people.
Likewise, the governor of Quintana Roo expressed that with the most important work of the Government of Mexico, the construction of the Maya train, there would be more and more tourist attractions, with the archaeological areas saved, new routes to discover the beauty of the south, empty Place for the world to discover the handicrafts of Maya communities. This, in turn, will generate shared prosperity.
After listening to this, Ambassador Ninco Daza said that it is true that the change of Mexico is reflected in Quintana Roo. She thanked the governor for the support given to the Colombian consulate in Quintana Roo, whose consul Maria Fernanda Gruso Lugo said that after living in Cancun for five years, she already feels like a Cancun native.
Tourism Secretary, Bernardo Cueto Riestra; Economic Development, Carla Almanza López and head of the Institute of Culture and Arts, Lilian Villanueva.