Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Despite the fact that the concept of the Sustainable Tourism Regional Development Program and Magical Towns has disappeared from the 2019 Expenditures Project of the Federation, the entities of the country that have this distinction, and in particular Sinaloa, will not be left unprotected, reiterated Miguel Torruco Marqués, Secretary of Federal Tourism.
During his visit to Mazatlan to start the new Mar de Cortes Aquarium, he said that this tourist item remains a priority for the Federation.
All peoples will continue to be important. There are 134 places of tourist vocation and 121 magical towns. All will always have the support of the authorities of the three levels of government, he said.
Asked about the closing process of the CTPM, he maintained that it is a case of no return, recalling that with the Council Mexico managed to reach the 15th place in the generation of foreign currency and 40 in per capita spending in the world.
“He closed his cycle, he gave us place 15 and 40, there is a lot to do. The promotion system we will do at the ‘knock on’ level to the most important destinations. We are planning to go to more than 15 destinations, but with the Secretaries of Tourism to invite destinations already regionalized, “he said.
Torruco Marqués indicated that at the federal level, priority will be given to the construction of the Mayan Train as a six-year tourism project to benefit six states, and the Mazatlán-Durango Train project will take second place.
First, we are focused on that project and the others will be announced by the president, the official said.
Source: El Debate
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