MEXICO CITY, May 9 (Prensa Latina) Mexico today upgraded the San Geronimo-Santa Teresa border crossing with the United States, the State Department said in a statement.
The bilateral meeting was held at its headquarters this Monday at the entrance port between San Geronimo, Chihuahua (Mexico) and Santa Teresa, New Mexico (USA), the State Department said. Short time between the two countries.
He pointed out that the Mexican delegation was led by Roberto Velasco, head of the North American division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Maria Angelica Granados, Secretary of State for Innovation and Economic Development in Chihuahua.
For its part, the U.S. delegation includes New Mexico’s Economic Development Secretary Alicia J. Keys participated.
Mexican officials have provided improvements to the border port to be built in San Geronimo-Santa Teresa, its access road and railroad.
The modernization of the infrastructure and the implementation of the new road will save on operating costs, reduce travel time, speed up crossing the border at Ciudad Juarez, and connect the center and lowlands of Mexico with the maritime-railway center. West Coast of the United States.
Velasco stressed the cooperation between the two governments to support users in the export sector. On the other hand, Secretary Alicia Keys stressed the willingness of the New Mexico government to cooperate in border infrastructure efforts.
Similarly, Secretary Maria Angelica Granados highlighted the close cooperation between Chihuahua, Mexico and the United States of New Mexico.
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