Miguel Torruco Márquez could lay the first stone of the new Mazatlan Aquarium
AMLO would visit the CIP Playa Espíritu
- Torruco Márquez announces new substitute entity of the CPTM
The Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa Óscar Pérez Barros attended the Fourth Ordinary Session 2018 of the Government Board of the CPTM chaired by the Secretary of Federal Tourism Miguel Torruco Marqués and the Director of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico ( CPTM) Glenda Argüelles Rodríguez.
The offices of the CPTM in Mexico City were the headquarters of the work meeting held today by the Secretary of Tourism Miguel Torruco, accompanied by the Federal Assistant Secretaries Simón Levy and Humberto Hernández.
One of the points that were touched during the session is the creation of a new Tourist Promotion entity, which will replace the functions of the CPTM.
Good news for Sinaloa
The Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa Óscar Pérez Barros prior to the 4th Ordinary Session of the CPTM;had the opportunity to personally speak with Secretary Miguel Torruco, Assistant Secretaries Simón Levy and Humberto Hernández and CPTM Director Glenda Argüelles; there he was able to touch the themes of the Mazatlan Aquarium, the coordination and planning of the agenda for the International Tourism Fair (FITUR 2019) and the upcoming visit of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to Playa Espíritu, Escuinapa Sinaloa.
Pérez Barros said he was grateful for this opportunity and this approach with those who will make the big decisions so that Mexico does well in tourism.
The owner of Tourism in Sinaloa, said that at the end of the tour of Madrid, Spain within the framework of FITUR, it is planned to place the first stone to the Aquarium as soon as possible, which will be the largest in Latin America.
Óscar Pérez Barros said that during the exchange of ideas with the holder of Federal Tourism and his entourage, other positive issues came to strengthen the tourism sector that will soon be announced in Sinaloa.
The fourth ordinary session was attended by around eight Secretaries of Tourism from the states of Baja California, Sonora, Zacatecas, Quintana Roo, Mexico City, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Sinaloa.
Source: El Sol del Mazatlan, Mazatlan Interactivo
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