Sinaloa.- The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, oversaw the Sierra Madre Occidental between the states of Sinaloa and Durango, and admired the imposing landscape from the heights, which he shared on his social networks.

López Obrador shared a video flying over the municipality of Badiraguato, Sinaloa, towards Los Frailes, Durazno, Ropia, Canelas, to get off at Tamazula, Durango.

The president of Mexico in his recent visit to Sinaloa and Durango, this Friday, July 30, held an event to report on the progress of the Badiraguato-Guadalupe y Calvo highway work, as well as the Culiacán-Badiraguato interstate axis, Los Herrera-Tamazula section .

The interstate axis will cross the Sierra Madre Occidental to connect the state of Sinaloa with Chihuahua, Durango and Texas, south of United States, which seeks to strengthen commercial ties between the USA and the ports of Topolobampo Y Mazatlan.

Yesterday we flew over from Badiraguato to Los Frailes, El Durazno, Topia, Canelas and got off at Tamazula. Today we travel from Tayoltita to San Ignacio, we crossed the Sierra Madre Occidental again and we finished Sinaloa and Durango. Tomorrow we will be in the Sierra de Nayarit, “wrote Andrés Manuel López Obrador on his Twitter account.

This Saturday, the federal president concluded his tour of Sinaloa, by supervising in the helicopter of the armed forces, the progress of the construction of the San Ignacio-Tayolyiya highway, in the south of the state.

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At the event, López Obrador was accompanied by the governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppe; the Secretary of Communications and Transportation, Jorge Díaz Leal; the Secretary of National Defense, Luis Sandoval González; and the municipal president of San Ignacio, Iván Báez.

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