Cámara Orihuela was represented on October 3 in Madrid during the event organized by AVE to support the immediate construction of the Mediterranean Corridor, an infrastructure that will allow southeast Spain to communicate with all of Europe through the train. The president of the Oriolan institution, Mario Martínez, attended this meeting accompanied by his first vice president, Pedro Mancebo, and Francisco Rufías, member of the Executive Committee.
Mario Martinez said in a statement to ‘Radio Orihuela’ the malaise that exists with the Ministry of Development for not having prioritized the Mediterranean arch network instead of the central axis from Algeciras to Madrid, “which has delayed the construction of our infrastructure that was priority “, and also referred to the ZAL (Area of Logistics Activities) that municipalities and businesses want for the Vega Baja and said” could take advantage of the infrastructure of the Mediterranean Corridor. “
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