Tulum, Q.R. — Victor Mas Tah, mayor of Tulum, has announced the construction of a passport office for the municipality of Tulum. Mas Tah says that the agreement was made after a meeting between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) and the state government.
Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) general director Carlos Candelaria, says that the agreement was made during a meeting with state governor, Carlos Joaquín González. The new municipal passport office will make it easier for people to obtain their passports, since now, they must travel to Cancun to have their documents processed.
The announcement was made via social media where the federal official also revealed that the delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Relations in Cancun, which is currently on Náder Avenue, will be transferred to another space since its current location is out of date.
There were no dates provided in regards to the opening of the Tulum passport office or the relocation of the current site on Náder Avenue in Cancun.