U.S. and Mexico Collaborate to Safeguard Health Inspectors in Michoacan

The governor of Michoacan, Alfredo Ramirez, announced a security agreement with U.S. authorities to protect health inspectors of avocado and mango in the state. U.S. Ambassador Ken Salazar affirmed support on security, deforestation, and labor issues during a news conference with Ramirez.


Reuters | Updated: 24-06-2024 23:05 IST | Created: 24-06-2024 23:05 IST
U.S. and Mexico Collaborate to Safeguard Health Inspectors in Michoacan
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The governor of Mexico's Michoacan state, Alfredo Ramirez, said on Monday that state and federal officials had agreed with U.S. authorities on a security model to protect U.S. health safety inspectors of avocado and mango in Mexico.

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Ken Salazar, who was present at the news conference with Ramirez, said the U.S. was supporting and working with Mexican officials on security, deforestation and labor issues in the state.

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