Dredging of the port of Mazatlan should be a priority says Governor of Durango


José Rosas Aispuro said that they maintain an important synergy with Sinaloa to favor both entities

Durango, Durango.- The good relationship with Quirino Ordaz Coppel, governor of Sinaloa, allows the implementation of projects that benefit both entities, said the governor of Durango.

José Rosas Aispuro that in addition to the projects that have to do with the plantation of fruit trees in the limits of both states will allow the regional development, as well as the opening of important roads of communication as the highway that will connect Santiago Papasquiaro, Durango with Culiacan, Sinaloa.

“We now need 600 million pesos, of which President Andrés Manuel was in Tamazula a few months ago, there was also Governor Quirino and witnessed the commitment of President Andrés Manuel to work to jointly complete this project.”

He also explained that the construction of the highway that connects the tomato land through Badiraguato to the municipality of Guadalupe Icalbo, Chihuahua, will benefit Durango because of the connectivity they will have in the center and north, in addition to the one that already exists through Mazatlán. which has brought a strong tourist impulse to the land of the scorpion.

José Rosas Aispuro, governor of Durango. (Enrique Chan)

However for the economic development of the region it is important to carry out the dredging of the port, as a priority work for the economic corridor of the north, and with this, works such as the train will arrive in addition to cover the landings in Mazatlan to states such as Coahuila, Chihuahua, Zacatecas and Durango itself.

“I have had a permanent relationship with Governor Quirino and we have, among others, the project of the port of Mazatlan. Right now, the most important thing seems to me to be the port of Mazatlan. “

He added that undoubtedly the issue of dredging the port is something that has to continue to benefit the north of the country and exports from Asian countries.

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