The sub-delegate of the Government in Malaga, Javier Salas, and the mayor of MijasJosele González, have co-chaired this afternoon the Local Security Board of the town, in which it has renewed the police collaboration agreement between Government and the City Council of Mijas, as well as security devices for various mass events have been addressed.
Javier Salas has assessed as The cooperation between the Civil Guard and the Local Police of Mijas is very positive and has underlined that this commitment to coordination and collaboration is reaffirmed.
The meeting also addressed the security device arranged for the Cala music festival Mijas, which will be held on September 1, 2 and 3, as well as the festivities of the Virgen de la Peña and the celebration of the festivity of Santa Teresa de Jesús in Cala de Mijas.
Along with the sub-delegate and the mayor, other members of the Municipal Corporation, the Civil Guard, the Local Police and the Attached Unit of the National Police Corps (CNP) to the Board. All of them are part of the safety device who works this summer in the town.
The sub-delegate of the Government has grateful to the City Council for its effort and its organizationas well as the involvement of the Security Forces and Corps to maintain levels of citizen security during relevant events that are held in Mijas this summer and that have a massive influx.
On the other hand, it has been indicated that Mijas is one of the safest municipalities on the Costa del Soly that the Government is adopting all measures to keep it that way, in collaboration with the Local Police.
The mayor of Mijas, for his part, highlighted that “important issues such as the implementation of special devices for summer that have a lot to do with the two fairs that we still have ahead of us, both in La Cala and in Mijas Pueblo”.
In addition, it has been treated the music festival Cala Mijas Festwhich “needs a special security device given the large influx of public that we expect for those 3 days”, assuring that the City Council has been “working for months on technical tables in coordination with the Civil Guard, Local Police and those responsible for the event so that we can count on an unprecedented security deployment in Mijas in which not only the well-being of people is ensured, but also the fluidity of access and traffic in the area”.
Likewise, Josele González thanked the “commitment that the government of Spain is showing with security in the municipality to unblock pending issues and give response to various requests that we have been claiming from Mijasand that we hope to be able to unravel in the coming months”.