Government meets with Chimoré authorities to reactivate the airport

Government meets with Chimoré authorities to reactivate the airport

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This Good Friday holiday, the Government met with authorities and leaders of Chimoré, in the Cochabamba tropics, to define the reactivation of the airport in that region and the construction of highway projects.

The Minister of Public Works, Services and Housing, Édgar Montaño, arrived in that region for this purpose.

“The Minister of Public Works, Services and Housing, EdgarMontaño and the ABC held a meeting with the mayor of Chimoré, Melquiades Claure, and social organizations from that sector to discuss road issues, the start of operations at the Chimoré airport and clarify that the asphalt company will not move”, informed that portfolio in its social network accounts.

In March, Montaño announced meetings with the Association of Pilot Schools in order to reactivate this and other air terminals that stopped operating with the arrival of the pandemic.

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“Obviously, after the economy of the Bolivian people is 100 percent reactivated, large aircraft will surely be able to operate at these airports,” said the minister.

The then president Evo Morales left the country in a Mexican aircraft that departed from that airport.



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