President Andrés Manuel López Obrador supervised this Saturday in Quintana Roo the progress of section 7 of the Mayan Train, the Tulum International Airport, as well as the Jaguar Park.
The federal chief executive was accompanied in this supervision by Governor Mara Lezama (Morena), who highlighted that as part of the work tables with the federal government, an investment of 250 million pesos was agreed for the new Southern Border Fair in Chetumal, known as ExpoFer.
The governor indicated, on her Twitter account, that the federal president was also presented with the advances in the archeological salvage being carried out on Front 1, section 7 of the Mayan Train.
“We have great news for Chetumal! As part of the work tables with the Mexican Government we confirmed the investment of 250 million pesos for the new ExpoFer.
We are deeply grateful for the visit of our President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to whom we presented the advances in the archaeological salvage that we are carrying out in Front 1, section 7 of the Mayan Train, which he assigned to us.
“We reviewed progress on the #Tulum airport, the Jaguar Park, which is the second largest reserve in the state and many good news that we will soon share,” he reported on the social network.