In order to develop and strengthen top-rate alliances between Baja California and Germany, Governor Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda held a meeting in this country with support from the Mexican Embassy, where she spoke with the heads of Deutsche Bahn, a European railroad company about opportunities that this industry could offer if both regions coordinate correctly.
Ávila Olmeda gave as an example a key railroad project in Baja California which is Sky Tren Baja, which will transform mobility from the Tijuana-San Diego border for 21 kilometers to inner Mexico.
In addition, she held a meeting with Julia Braune, director of the Water Alliance of Germany, where she reaffirmed the strategic willingness of developing a more sustainable management of water, since it is a key element for the future of society. As such, the governor promoted technical cooperation with the Alliance in order to improve water management in Baja California in order to directly benefit all families.
The governor said that the information obtained in this meeting will be processed by the Secretariat of Management, Sanitation, and Protection of Water of Baja California (SEPROA), led by José Armando Fernández Samaniego, who is developing actions to protect water policies more efficiently, especially when it comes to guarantee water supply as a right for all people.
Marina del Pilar also went to InnoTrans, a worldwide event about technology used for transportation that took place in Berlin. Here, the governor highlighted that Baja Californian representatives obtained specialized knowledge that they will apply to transportation in the state. In addition, she accompanied the Mexican delegation that participated in this event, which is led by David Camacho Alcocer, head of the Regulatory Agency of Railway Transportation of the Government of Mexico.