Sedena will shield the entire Mayan Train route with 3,200 elements
In the presence of Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa, the Secretary of National Defense (SEDENA) Luis Cresencio Sandoval reported that 3,200 members of the National Guard They will arrive in Quintana Roo to cover all the security of the Mayan Train, and thus contribute to the construction of peace in the entity.
In addition, he announced that in the entity there will be 3 new air bases of the Mexican Air Force and 5 aircraft destined exclusively for the security of the train, so that this means of transport will be armored for the safety and protection of users.
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The head of SEDENA added that, in addition, 2,454 elements of the National Guard are deployed in Quintana Roo.
Cresencio Sandoval He highlighted the number of troops that contribute to the construction of peace and security for the inhabitants of Quintana Roo, as well as visitors and tourists: 658 elements of the state police, 4,339 of the municipal police, 1,776 of the Army and Air Force, 2,230 from the Secretary of the Navy, 2,727 from the National Guard, including 550 elements of the tourist battalion.
In total, 11,730 security elements are in charge of protection and security in Quintana Roo, where all crimes are on the decline, working in a coordinated manner based on the New Agreement for Welfare and Development called by the governor. Mara Lezama from the first day of his administration.
To all this police force is added the historical investment made by Mara Lezamafor more than 2 billion pesos for the acquisition of 689 vehicle units, 507 ballistic vests and a helicopter to strengthen the security of the population.
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