Citizen Services

ES EN ZH-CN DE
  • 02 de julio de 2019
  • News

Governor affirms goodwill and collaboration between Tamaulipas and the EU

"Our coincidences will always be greater than eventual differences," the president said.

TAM-113-2019

02 July 2019

Matamoros, Tamaulipas.- During the commemoration of the 243 Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America held at the General Consulate of Matamoros, Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca It endorsed the goodwill, coincidences and spirit of collaboration that exist on both sides of the border to strengthen this region.

"Celebrate the 243 Anniversary of the Independence of our neighbors is an opportune moment to endorse that our coincidences will always be greater than our eventual differences. In the Time of All that Tamaulipas lives, it is clear to us that the biggest challenges of society have global roots and implications, not only local ones, "he said.

Governor Garcia Cabeza de Vaca He was invited to the July 4 celebration by the General Consul of Matamoros, Neda Brown; which was also attended by other authorities of the Government of Tamaulipas, representatives of civil society and businessmen.

"As neighbors, partners and friends who share the same region and the same spirit of collaboration, we Tamaulipas understand the independence movement of the United States as a struggle for the rights of man and the citizen to participate freely in the definition of the course of his Government, "said the Governor.

For her part, the Consul General of the United States in Matamoros, Neda Brown, said that celebrating the 4 in July is to remember those who fought against unjust laws to found a new and better country, a nation founded on the ideals of democracy, justice and freedom.

"These principles guide us day by day in collaboration on security, training programs, workshops for journalists and education programs for local students," he said, reiterating the deep ties of friendship and collaboration between nations and with Tamaulipas.

# # #

Suggest Edition