They will link commercial, gastronomic and cultural activities
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. The Italian ambassador to Mexico, Luigi De Chiara, the Italian Honorary Consul in the Bajío region, Leonardo Franchini, and the head of the Italian economic and commercial office in Mexico, Dr. Flavio Sereni visited San Miguel de Allende were received at the palace municipal by authorities.
The Italian engineering and construction company ‘Bonatti México‘ is installed in this municipality, so the ambassador pointed out: “here my compatriots are very well, they have expressed.”
“THE INFRASTRUCTURE IS VERY GOOD AND THEY HAVE AN EXCELLENT SUPPLY OF MEXICAN WORKERS AND ENGINEERS WHO ARE HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND WHO HAVE AN EXTRAORDINARY RELATIONSHIP; 97% OF ALL BONATTI’S FORCE IS MEXICAN, ”ADDED LUIGI DE CHIARA.
Likewise, the European country was invited to present in June representative cultural events such as literature, visual arts, dance, and music, as well as a gastronomic exhibition.
It will be in January when the head of mission of the Italian Embassy in Mexico returns to the municipality accompanied by the director of the Italian Cultural Institute to carry out the exchange.
Finally, Luigi De Chiara pointed out that “the embassy is willing to participate in the exchange of experiences to face the pandemic”, due to COVID 19
As of last April, the head of the Tourist Council, Laura Torres Septién announced, the promotion strategy continues through the consuls of different cities and nations to seek profitable alliances for San Miguel and visiting destinations.
The above, derived from the disappearance of the Council for Tourism Promotion of Mexico , now choose to invite consuls or ambassadors to see first-hand San Miguel de Allende, and all its heritage and cultural wealth.
The result of the meeting between Mayor Villarreal García and Franchini was the interest in bringing the Italian community closer to San Miguel, and the possibility of bringing exhibitions from Mexico City that talk about the culture and identity of Italy.
Visits from consuls will continue to recur, especially from the United States and Canada, which are the first and second countries, respectively, that send more tourists to San Miguel de Allende