Sinaloa: The Playa Espiritu Teacapán project must continue says Codesin

The lack of resources for promotion in the country could discourage investors, warned Ruelas Solís

MazatlaSinaloa .- The project of the Integrally Planned Center of Teacapán “Playa Espíritu” must continue its development, said the president of the Codesin south zone, Alfredo Ruelas Solís.

He commented that regardless of whether it is sold or is still getting public money, the project must continue so that the development of southern Sinaloa can continue.

Independent of the declarations in the media, it is not a topic that I am going to get into, it is not for me the only thing I say is that the interesting thing would be that we could continue with what is already being done.

President of the Codesin south zone, Alfredo Ruelas Solís.

However, he commented that before the statements of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, around which he stated that CIP started in the midst of fraud and corruption, should not affect tourism development even if sold.

Ruelas Solis stressed the disappearance of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico and with it, the resources of promotion.

“It is necessary to strengthen the institutions that support the promotion, that is necessary to promote Playa Espíritu, but what I insist on and I will remain firm is to attract investments for the southern Sinaloa, “he said.

Coconut palms are part of the landscape.

The president of Codesin south zone, indicated that the tourist development that was planned in the government of Felipe Calderón and that later there were resources, although not the necessary ones to make it reality.

The beauty of nature inspired a project that did not overcome the change of sexennial policies.

“If there is already investment and progress, obviously it will be sold, that a group of national and international investors will be selected very well and why not, from Sinaloa, that could put more money and develop a large resort,” he concluded.

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Source: El Sol de Mazatlan

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