“You can walk through the Mazatlan historic center,” says SECTUR that Sinaloa is safe

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This is due to the new alert that the United States issued three days ago not to travel to Mexico, among which Sinaloa is mentioned.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Secretary of Tourism, of Sinaloa, Oscar Pérez Barros, affirmed that Sinaloa is safe and that it is possible to travel quietly through the most important cities of the entity without any problem.

Pérez Barros commented on the above due to the new alert that the United States issued three days ago not to travel to Mexico, among which Sinaloa is mentioned.

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“I am focused on tourism and show so that they see the reality that Sinaloa is safe and that it is possible to travel peacefully through the entire Historic Center of Mazatlán, Culiacán, and Los Mochis without any problem,” he reiterated.

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On this issue, the state official recognized that each country has its own regulations to travel according to the anxiety of each nation.

“But if we are going to talk about Sinaloa here, the proof is that the aviation lines, these will soon resume direct flights, for example from Houston-Mazatlán and will open for sale soon,” he said.

Regarding the level of insecurity that prevails in Sinaloa, the head of the Ministry of Tourism, specified that his approach is to attract more tourism through the different means of transport and achieve the international air connectivity that was had until before the pandemic by Covid-19.

Since last April, on the occasion of the pandemic and the level of crime in Mexico, the United States maintained the maximum alert level not to travel to Mexico.

Now, after reviewing the situation of the pandemic, it was that the administration of President Biden determined to lower the alert level from level four to three.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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