YURI CORTEZ / AFP View of flowers placed outside the French embassy building in Mexico City on November 14, 2015, in solidarity with the victims of Paris’ attacks. A total of 129 people died and 352 were injured in the November 13 attacks in Paris in what for now is only “a temporary” toll, Paris prosecutor said. AFP PHOTO / Yuri CORTEZ (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP) YURI CORTEZ / AFP Embassy of France in Mexico, illustration INTERNTIONAL – Deep concern after the disappearance of two French nationals in the south-east of Mexico, indicated Wednesday, October 5 to the AFP the French Embassy in Mexico, confirming information from the local press. They haven’t heard from them for a month. “The Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs has been informed of the disappearance of these two French nationals,” said the French Embassy in Mexico. “His services are mobilized, just like the Consulate General of France in Mexico City, in close contact with the family,” she continued. France bleu spoke to the family of the disappeared, Assya Madjour and Michel Amado. The couple lives in Mexico, in Valladolid, and is building hotels, one of which was to open soon. Assya Madjour’s family would have heard from him for the last time on August 25th. “Since then, we have received strange messages (…) which say that they have gone to a spiritual center in Chiapas, a state in the south of the country, it is impossible”, she is alarmed. The family is mobilizing to find them Their disappearance would have been reported to the authorities on September 30 and the ex-wife of Michel Amado went to their municipality of residence in Mexico to file a complaint. She would have received threats. A local newspaper, Reforma, quoted by AFP gives a different version of the family, indicating that “they have been missing since September 12 in Chiapas”. Reforma clarifies that the “spiritual center” referred to in the messages received by the family is San Cristobal de las Casas, one of the main tourist destinations in Mexico. GoogleMaps screenshot San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, where two French people disappeared on September 12. GoogleMaps screenshot Assya Madjour’s sister “asked for help from a tourism group (on the internet) in Chiapas to find her trace”, also assures the newspaper Reforma. “Urgent, we [les] desperately looking for […] We haven’t heard from them for a month. They’re in Chiapas, probably around San Cristobal de las Casas. Any detail can help us,” the newspaper added, quoting its message. More than 106,000 people have gone missing or are missing in Mexico since 1964, according to the National Missing Persons Registry. Most of these disappearances have been recorded since 2006, the date of the launch of a military anti-drug operation which claimed 340,000 lives, and most have been attributed to criminal organisations. See also on the Huffpost: You cannot view this content because you have refused the cookies associated with content from third parties. If you want to view this content, you can change your choices.