The governor of Aguascalientes, Tere Jiménez, led the monthly meeting with municipal presidents in the municipality of Calvillo, where they discussed the promotion of tourism and support for migrants promoted by the state government, in addition to addressing some other topics of common interest. Presented various programs. ,
“It is very important that they take advantage of all the programs of the state government; Help us disseminate them so that the people of your municipalities can participate, remembering that development is for all”, the governor told the mayors.
In this sense, he highlighted his interest in establishing Aguascalientes in the eyes of the world as one of the best places in Mexico, for which he called for municipal presidents to explode the tourism potential of each of their municipalities. Reiterate your support and thus increase the flow of visitors.
“While we have three Magical Towns that we will continue to promote so that they are strengthened as important tourist attractions, in the rest of the municipalities we will also promote actions that will establish them as attractive places for visitors. will help you do it.”
In this regard, Gloria Romo Cuesta, the Secretary of Tourism in the state, presented the “I am a Host” program, which aims to professionalize tourism service providers so that they can provide quality care to those traveling to Aguascalientes.
The sector head pointed out that through this initiative, first contact personnel are trained, such as taxi drivers, restaurateurs, tour operators, hoteliers, waiters, travel agencies, entertainment centers, relaxation centers, valet parking, police, tour guides, as well as public servants, on issues that help them be better hosts, which is why they invited mayors to get involved.
Referring to the issue of migrants, Tere Jimenez emphasized that her policy of support for the region remains a priority issue for her administration; Proof of this, he said, is the creation of the Aguascalientes Institute for Migrants (IAPEMI); opening the first migrant assistance office in the United States in Aguascalientes; In addition to the “Recontrando Corazón” program, which allows migrants to be reunited with their families after not seeing each other for many years.
Likewise, Natzili Rodríguez Calzada, General Director of IAPEMI, announced that they are already working on a new aid program for migrants, which will be officially announced soon and will involve the state government, municipalities and themselves. The participation of compatriots is included. United States.
The meeting was attended by the mayors of 11 municipalities as well as the State Planning, Partnership and Development Secretary Guillermo de la Torre Cifuentes.