Mayor Benítez Torres explains that the objective is to create a database with all common criminals
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres announced that Mazatlán will be monitored using drones, after an agreement that is about to be finalized with the Mexican Aerospace Force (Famex), which is part of the Mexican Air Force itself.
He explained that they made an alliance with Famex, which is the one that organizes the aeronautical exhibition in the country, by the Army and an agreement was reached that Mazatlán is monitored by drones.
“ The objective is to reduce crime as much as possible, remember that I had already told you about drones, that I wanted to put drone security, that they already bring with them a database with all common criminals, but touching on that issue with He told me that we are going to have the drones for the whole country and he told me that I want Mazatlán to be one of the first to have them and well, we will hit it and we will be there, they would put them and we would have the information in real-time, it would be for the entire city ”, explained Mayor Benítez Torres.
Interviewed after arriving from the city of León, Guanajuato, where he participated in an industrial fair expo, he assured that, if he does not leave Mazatlan, no investments will arrive, and that is why the port is as it is.
He anticipated that investments could come not only in the tourism sector but also in all branches such as the industrial sector.
The municipal president reported that the remodeling of Gabriel Leyva avenue could be inaugurated on October 22, although he ruled out the presence of the President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.