Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez will be on a working tour in the cities of Washington and Chicago this week, courtesy of the United States government, which not only invited him but is also covering all of his expenses.
While in the U.S. capital the governor will consider topics related to the use of technology in security, civil protection, and forensic sciences, as well as the development of institutional capacities.
At the end of the week, Enrique Alfaro will visit the city of Chicago to resume the work agenda with the Jalisco migrants, whom he has not visited since June 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic. Within the activities, he plans to make important announcements in the cultural field.
With these activities, the Jalisco governor endorses his commitment and willingness to maintain close ties of dialogue and collaboration with Jalisco migrants, in order to promote their Mexicanness, their work and intellectual capacity, as well as their development opportunities.
Remember that before the coronavirus health emergency, Enrique Alfaro had already taken work tours in the cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco in March 2019, and to Melrose Park and Chicago, Illinois, in June 2019.