Kiko Vega meets with Osorio Chong as part of the State’s “Crusade for Security”

PENDIENTE GOBERNADOR FRANCISCO VEGA DE LA VISITA DEL SECRETARIO DE GOBERNACIÓN OSORIO CHONG A BAJA CALIFORNIA

MEXICALI, B.C.- Sunday August 13, 2017.- As part of the Secretary of State, Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong’s commitments, in his most recent visit to Baja California, he said he would be back before the end of the month, to evaluate the security results of the coordinated operation by the three orders of government, business sector and society in general, actions that are part of the State’s “Crusade for Security”.

The state official said, “I hope that the commitments that we all assume and that will be reviewed, will have significant progress in terms of security for the state of Baja California. ”

He pointed out that one of the commitments assumed was to go for the improvement of the Baja California state law enforcement agencies’ coordinated efforts with the federal government, armed forces and municipalities, which have resulted in a number of arrests that have been made lately.

PENDIENTE GOBERNADOR FRANCISCO VEGA DE LA VISITA DEL SECRETARIO DE GOBERNACIÓN OSORIO CHONG A BAJA CALIFORNIA (Foto: tijuanainformativo)

Governor Kiko Vega de la Madrid declared that he hopes the return of Secretary Osorio Chong to the state will be accompanied by good news for the people of Baja California.

Governor Vega de la Madrid said: “It is not a local problem, it has to do with an international  rug trafficking network that is causing drug dealing, homicides and other crimes, a situation that must be addressed by the local, federal and international authorities, as well as society itself”.

Finally, the State governor reaffirmed his confidence in the Secretary of the Interior, Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, to support the security actions that have been carried out in the area, as part of the State’s “Crusade for Security”, and that these actions will help to strengthen and guarantee peace, order and a better quality of life for the people of Baja California.

Source: http://www.tijuanainformativo.info/

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