Governors of Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas meet to fight criminal groups

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During the first interstate meeting, Samuel García Sepúlveda, Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís and Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, set eight strategic points to fight against criminal groups

  • “If they mess with one, they mess with all three, they will no longer play organized crime,” warned Samuel García, Governor of Nuevo León.
  • Among the agreements, it was established to install screening filters for security and migration, in addition to building a barracks on the road to Colombia. 

To maintain security in northern Mexico, the governors of Nuevo León, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas met in Monterrey.

During the first interstate meeting, Samuel García Sepúlveda, Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís and Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca set eight strategic points to fight criminal groups that daily seek to establish themselves in the three states they govern.

“We are the same and that is why we want to send very strong messages, the first is that, if they mess with one, they mess with all three, they will no longer play organized crime, walk between the boundaries, between the gaps, between the highways, we are going to have a comprehensive system for the three states of intelligence, of operation, “said Samuel García Sepúlveda, governor of Nuevo León.

Among the agreements, it was established to install screening filters for security and migration, in addition to building a barracks on the highway to Colombia.

Also, tie the placado system, renew weapons and maintain permanent communication under the same red code.

“The three states already have cameras, a video intelligence operation and it is a matter of standardizing, connecting and sharing information to improve the operation of our police officers and, above all, to be able to act in flagrante delicto or in respect of investigations that subsequently occur” , highlighted Miguel Riquelme Solís. Governor of Coahuila.

Address the phenomenon of migration

At the meeting they also promised to address the phenomenon of migration, preventing organized crime from continuing to seek financial resources in this way.

“This is where we have asked that the issue of migrants and criminal groups not be seen as an isolated issue, since they are the ones who are somehow benefiting from trafficking,” said Francisco Cabeza de Cow. governor of Tamaulipas.

The Interstate Security Meeting was also attended by security secretaries, prosecutors from the three entities, members of the National Guard and representatives of the Mexican Army.

Source:

Monterrey Daily Post

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