The Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, highlighted that after four years of crisis his administration presented “a recovery and transformation plan with the commitment not to hide the problems, but to account for the needs of the people of Buenos Aires to advance day by day towards a better province.”
Kicillof made these statements after inaugurating the paving works on more than 20 kilometers of route 38, in the access to the town of Ireneo Portela, in the municipality of Baradero, and also visited an industrial complex in which the Mirgor group, where be projected an investment of 80 million dollars and reviewed the progress in the construction of the House of the Province.
The Buenos Aires president was accompanied by the Ministers of Infrastructure and Public Services, Leonardo Nardini; and of Agrarian Development, Javier Rodríguez; the Minister of Government, Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez; and the local mayor, Esteban Sanzio.
“The inauguration of this road is going to change the lives of the residents of Portela, where today we have paid off a debt that was more than 30 years old,” said Kicillof.
The governor stressed thatAfter a stage of many unfulfilled promises, in which only 100 meters had been paved, we got to work and finished the works on more than 20 kilometers”.
“The access routes to the towns of Buenos Aires, as well as the hospitals, rural schools and infrastructure that generate better living conditions in each municipality, are intended for the 17 million people of Buenos Aires who deserve to live in a fairer province,” he said. .
With a investment of 385 million pesosthe works were completed on un 20.4-kilometre section of route 38 that connects route 41 with the town of Ireneo Portela.
Official sources indicated that “the works included the maintenance of sewers; the enhancement of the Cañada La Bellaca bridge; the construction of docks and rural shelters for the ascent and descent of public transport passengers and lighting.”
“We are going through a very complex stage in which, after four years of crisis, we had to face the pandemic and the consequences of a war in Europe that impacts the food and fuel prices. We present a recovery and transformation plan for the next six years with the commitment not to hide the problems, but to account for the needs of the people of Buenos Aires to advance day by day towards a better province”, he remarked.
For its part, Infrastructure Minister Leonardo Nardini He expressed that “today is a historic day because a structural and substantive solution is being given to the residents of Portela”.
“With these works, in addition to boosting the economy and generating employment, the town is provided with greater connectivity and future prospects,” he added.
During the day, they also signed two agreements for new asphalt works for the benefit of more than 450 families in the Plan Federal neighborhood and the reconstruction of the Alsina road.
Minister Javier Rodriguez stressed that “we are responding to a structural problem that was pending for more than 30 years”, while indicating that “we launched the Rural Roads Improvement Plan to favor the movement of production and, in turn, facilitate access to towns, schools and hospitals”.
While, the intendant Sanzio rhe stressed that “we are proud to be part of a State that generates the conditions for the residents of the town to have a decent education, sources of work and infrastructure to improve their quality of life.”
“We have the political decision to invest in what is necessary to resolve the demands of the people,” he said.
then the governor Kicillof visited the Industrial Pole II together with the CEO of Mirgor, José Luis Alonso. there the company will invest 80 million dollars for the construction of a plant focused on the production of special appearance parts for the automotive industry, with the support and incorporation of Japanese technology provided by Toyota.
Currently, Mirgor employs about 100 people for the construction of the first stage of the ship and plans to increase the number of workers in the coming years.
During our visit to Baradero, we also toured the Industrial Pole II where the Mirgor group will build a plant for the production of highly complex and quality parts for the automotive market.
— Axel Kicillof (@Kicillofok) May 27, 2022