Bascuñana Joaquin said that the commitment of the Government of Spain was credited with farmers during the recent visit of Secretary of State for Security to Murcia
The Government delegate, Joaquín Bascuñana made this morning an official visit to Fortuna, where, along with the mayor, Catherine Smith, has co-chaired the Local Security Board of the municipality to address safety issues and coordination between local police and Civil Guard, essential to achieve, among other things, the significant drop in the number of criminal offenses has been achieved in the area.
Bascuñana also and because it is a rural area, the mayor has detailed characteristics ROCK equipment aimed at preventing and combating the theft on farms and ranches, some of whose troops also serve in the municipality.
The Government delegate said that these units are designed to be permanent and has asked some political representatives do not try to confuse their supposed temporality.
"There is a clear and firm commitment of the Government of Spain to maintain ROCK four teams throughout the region, and this has been credited with my recent meetings with representatives of agricultural organizations and in the words of the Secretary of State for Security Francisco Martinez during his speech in Murcia during the celebration last Friday of the patron of the Civil Guard, "he said.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia