Guatemalan businesses present security plan

Members of the Chamber of Commerce have proposed a strategy to protect tourists from the La Aurora International Airport to the colonial city of Antigua.

Friday, September 26, 2008

The security strategy for tourist with the capital and Antigua as their destination will be coordinated by personnel from Cosehogua, the Police Department and Civil Aviation.
At the same time, communication and logistics amongst the three entities should improve. This will include police from La Aurora up to Antigua.

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