Ensenada Flag Flies

After various tests conducted during last Friday, Mexico’s Navy was responsible for raising the monumental flag in the Plaza Ventana al Mar, at the end of the ceremony to declare as the first Green Cove Harbour Mexico.
The ceremony was then that Herman Journée, president of the ECO Logistic Chain Sustainable Foundation (Ecoslc) certification delivered Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, head of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT).
Beforehand, elements of the Navy argued for over an hour the native labarum; following the indication of the authorities, they entered the square and settled for the respective protocol.
Outside, citizens and officials were waiting for the flag waving on top; He recorded the most solemn moment with their cell phones.
At the conclusion of the formal ceremony, the flag waved in the sky and present sang the national anthem.
As has been documented by El Vigia, the native labarum sometimes has not been placed because the pulley system failure; one of the common problems is that often corrode, and it is necessary to wait for a specialized group of Mexican Army to give him maintenance.
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As has been documented by El Vigia, the native labarum sometimes has not been placed because the pulley system failure; one of the common problems is that often corrode, and it is necessary to wait for a specialized group of Mexican Army to give him maintenance.
The ceremony was also attended Rafael Pacchiano Alaman, head of the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat); Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid; and the mayor Gilberto Hirata.
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