San Luis Potosí and Tucson, Arizona to become sister cities


SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, SLP., July 10, 2021.- The elected municipal president of San Luis Potosí, Enrique Galindo Ceballos, met with the director of Mexico Initiatives of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS for its acronym in English). ) from the University of Arizona, Luis Edgardo Coronado Guel, who also serves as vice president of the Tucson-Mexico Sister Cities organization and chairs the Mexico Foundation based in Tucson, Arizona, this intending to promote the conditions for both cities to meet twin, lay the foundations for the realization of academic and cultural exchanges and good governance practices.

The mayor-elect Enrique Galindo pointed out that at this time of transition prior to taking office, he will be developing an entire strategic agenda of approaching and linking with national and international organizations, government entities and personalities to lay the foundations for collaboration, support, and management, and have the elements to meet in depth the great challenges of the city.

Source: Quadratin

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