The president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, met today with the mayor of Totana, Juan José Cánovas, to whom he showed the support of the regional government to the demands of the city council in terms of infrastructure, specifically, for the integration of the Alta Speed ââpassing through the municipality and the extension of the third lane of the A-7 motorway from Crevillente to Puerto Lumbreras.
As explained by the Minister of Finance and Presidency, Javier Celdrán, at the end of the meeting, "it is not a receipt that there is no draft AVE between Totana and Lorca", something that "is inadmissible."
And he stressed that "we will join forces to demand that we stop being mistreated when defining infrastructure in Spain, so that they stop arriving in the Region incomplete or late."
As for the third lane of the A-7 from Crevillente to Puerto Lumbreras, Celdrán stressed that âit is essential that it be a reality, that it appears in the General State Budgets, that it begins its tender and that, thus, we can respond to the high traffic density of this highway â.
"This is one of the most important exit axes for our export sector," said the director, who referred to the value of communications for attracting investments, in this case, for the El Saladar industrial estate, for which The regional government promised to âcontinue working so that more companies from other autonomous communities and other countries arriveâ.
In addition, among other matters, during the meeting, held at the Palace of San Esteban, the situation of the archaeological site of La Bastida was addressed, âone of the most important European in which we will continue working to become a axis of attraction of cultural tourism â.