Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres added that they are preparing to offer visitors a safe tourist destination.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The municipal president, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, assured that Mazatlán is a very quiet place, especially for visitors “because what happens in Mazatlán has worldwide repercussions,” he said.
The first mayor commented on the above in reference to the march that is being called for this Tuesday at 5:00 p.m., to help locate a minor named Wilmer.
Benítez Torres added that they are preparing to offer visitors a safe tourist destination.
In relation to the note that woke up Culiacán today in which it was reported about the bursts of fire that gunned down on the C-4 cameras, he said he did not know the issue and more if it is Culiacán.
“I would not like it to happen in Mazatlán because finally when something happens in Mochis, in Culiacán it hits us in Sinaloa, but when it happens in Mazatlán as a tourist destination it hits internationally and affects even the country,” he explained.
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