Quintana Roo enforces hotel security protocols

Cancun, QR. The state fiscal general, Oscar Montes de Oca Rosales, informs that recent attacks in Mexican Caribbean tourist sites oblige to replenish security protocols in hotels, restaurants and commercial spaces.

For this, announce that in the near future a meeting with hotels, service providers, municipal and integrated authorities of the Group of Coordination and Security in Quintana Roo to establish these mechanisms that will allow and of the general population.

It’s a lie that the 21st of July passed to take care of the people at the Xcaret Mexico hotel, and on the night of March also took care of the management of the Mamitas Beach play club in the dicho establishment.

As for this very last, it is believed that the armed forces will give birth to the Argentine Federico Mazzoni, who is disembodied as manager of the popular Mamita’s play club, in Playa del Carmen, frequented by foreign tourists.

The local fiscal Oscar Montes de Oca Rosales confirmed that the victim was killed in one of the crashes, from two shots in the head. The attacking loggers will be taken from the site in a water-powered motorcycle, which will be watched in a video captured by the security cameras. The Mamitas group issued a statement lamenting the hechos, for issuing mayoral declarations of respect.

In respect of the title of Quintana Roo’s Secretary of Tourism, Bernardo Cueta Riestro, he made sure to pay attention to the most recent violent incidents on the Riviera Maya, the Mexican Caribbean being a safe haven for tourism.

“From Sedetur we are addressing the issue. The safety authorities are involved in their work; will explain the situation and resolve the issues and go through various detentions. If we say yes, then we are a safe haven for tourists, although there are cases in which we are obliged to reform the work to maintain our levels of security and we can not allow them to succeed in another similar incident, ”the official said.

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