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Mexico

Use of Airport Property Not a Priority for Federal Government

Rosario Robles Berlanga announces that the federal government has more serious issues to attend to

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By Ángel Álvarez Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
2 years ago
Secretary of Agricultural, Land and Urban Development, Rosario Robles Berlanga. Photo: Notimex/Francisco García.

Secretary of Agricultural, Land and Urban Development, Rosario Robles Berlanga. Photo: Notimex/Francisco García.

Deciding how the Mexico City International Airport property will be used is not a priority for the federal government at this time, said Secretary of Agricultural, Land and Urban Development Rosario Robles Berlanga.

Without giving more details, the official said that there are other more serious problems in the metropolitan area that need to be attended to.

“Right now there are very serious problems in the metropolitan area. We are going to work with Sedatu on today’s problems,” Robles Berlanga said.

Robles Berlanga said that the Agricultural, Land and Urban Development Secretariat (Sedatu) is not interested in debating or politicizing the issue and that the issue should be handled by both the federal and Mexico City governments.

We’re not in a dispute, nor do we want to politicize the issue, nor are we interested in debating, because this is a future issue.
-Rosario Robles Berlanga, Secretary of Agricultural, Land and Urban Development

The secretary announced that a group of Mexican city planners will work of the regional development of the eastern metropolitan zone and denied hiring a Spanish company.

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