Published On: Mon, Jul 23rd, 2018

1,500 federal Tourism Secretariat workers will move to Chetumal

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As part of the plan to decentralize the Federal Government, AMLO determined that the Federal Secretariat of Tourism will be installed in the city of Chetumal, Quintana Roo.

The decision of the president-elect is based on the fact that Quintana Roo is the state that hosts the main tourist sites in all of Mexico and Latinamerica (Cancun and the Riviera Maya).

The arrival of the Secretariat of Federal Tourism to the city of Chetumal, will move an approximate of 1,500 workers of the federal dependency and people that will be constantly traveling to the capital of the state of Quintana Roo.

Tourists in Chetumal (SIPSE)

Alberto Pérez Barrios, tourism promoter in Quintana Roo, said that the service providers need to be trained and become bilingual so they can provide a better service to the national and foreign tourists that will be visiting the city of Chetumal in larger numbers.

“The arrival of the Secretariat of Federal Tourism is a point of transition for Chetumal in all aspects, especially in the socioeconomic aspect, because 1,500 workers of the secretariat will moe to this city with their respective families and that will have a social and economic impact, not to mention that the dependence here we would have more visitors”, Pérez Barrios said.

With the triumph of Andrés Manuel López Obrador as president of Mexico on July 1, it was decided that the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur) will be installed in the city of Chetumal.

RMT Newsroom with information from SIPSE




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