Sunday, May 28, 2023

US Consulate in Monterrey Recognizes Security Work in Zacatecas

Governor David Monreal Avila held a meeting with United States Consul Roger C. Rigaud in Monterrey, in which they discussed issues such as security, migration and economic development.

During the meeting, the US consul acknowledged the government of Zacatecas and David Monreal for their work on security, as actions taken in coordination with the government of Mexico, reflect a decrease in crime rates in the territory.

Likewise, under the legal and diplomatic framework of both countries, an action agenda was established in terms of migration to strengthen bilateral relations, always seeking the benefit of the Zacatecan population.

In this sense, there was talk of strengthening labor mobility, since it was recognized that Zacatecas has a skilled labor force.

The Governor and the US Consul agreed that it was necessary to maintain a constant and close dialogue to address the challenges in terms of security, employment, education and development.

In addition, he expressed his desire to strengthen ties and ties with the Zacatecan community in the neighboring country to the north in order to promote the well-being of citizens who have decided to emigrate.

During his speech, David Monreal stressed that cooperation between the countries is necessary given the importance of the Zacatecan diaspora in the United States, as countrymen not only as workers, but also in various fields such as politics, business, and other fields. I have also managed to stand up. Society in general.

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For this reason, he insisted on maintaining constant and close communication with the said community, for the benefit of the expatriates, while implementing activities that promote links between the two countries through the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the permitted diplomats. Work can be done.

For his part, Roger C. Rigaud spoke in support of family ties to immigrants from Zacatecas who are in the United States and helping people in his office.

Present at the meeting was Morgan Parker, head of the consular section at the United States Consulate in Monterrey; Anton Jongnil, Consul for Economic and Political Affairs; Jill Dietrich, Consul for Education, Press and Culture; Michelle Azevedo, Chief of the Security and Law Enforcement Section at the Law Enforcement and Counternarcotics Section (INL); Marla Gilman, Deputy Consul for Economic and Political Affairs, and John Walsh, Attaché for Diplomatic Security.

The government of Zacatecas was represented by Secretary-General of the Government Rodrigo Reyes Muguerza; Department of Public Safety, Arturo Medina Mayoral; Zacatecano diaspora, Ivan Reyes from Milan; of the economy, Rodrigo Castañeda Miranda, and of tourism, Le Roy Barragán Ocampo.

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