For the Secretary of the Interior, Aidan Augusto López, a display of tourist activity responds to the recovery of the national economy. “After a long night of Covid, tourism is on its feet. Tourism is a sign that Mexico is going to move forward,” he said.
This edition holds a record 1,556 buyers from 937 companies in 47 countries, representing 95% of the international issuing markets going to Mexico. In addition, 1,011 exhibition companies are registered, representing 2,292 people.
Going forward, the tourism secretary recognized that there are “great opportunities” in terms of promoting tourism, especially for the US market, one of the most dynamic since the pandemic, and which accounts for the majority of visitors. Cancun and Los Cabos, especially since the pandemic.
However, in terms of security, the country still has challenges that are being worked on, Toruco Marques said, particularly with regard to travel alerts issued to US travelers on some Mexican markets.
“Yesterday we already discussed this, I met the Under Secretary of Consular Affairs, I told him that he should reconsider some points so that there is no normalization of capitals and states”
In this regard, the United States Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, assured that cooperation with the country continues to find security solutions.
“We’re working side by side with the United States and Mexico, so people’s safety is very important, and we’re working to solve the problems.”