Diaz-Canel Fulfills Broad Agenda in Western Cuban province

Havana, Feb 28 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel traveled this Thursday to the western province of Mayabeque with a broad agenda that includes dialogue with leaders, workers and the population of this territory.

The president continued his government visits throughout the country, which began last year after taking office in April, exchanging criteria with citizens who were waiting for their exit from economic objectives where he noted the progress of various programs.

He also spoke with directors and workers of centers such as the meat company in the municipality of Nueva Paz, the first visited, the Agricultural Cooperative Amistad Cubano Búlgara in Güines, and a facility dedicated to local production of construction materials in the provincial capital San José de las Lajas.

Diaz-Canel was also in a paperwork office that allows the population to carry out various formalities, including those related to housing, physical planning and civil registration.

According to the Presidency of the Republic, the head of state called to ensure the quality and diversification of productions, in addition to being aware of people’s opinions.

The government visit to Mayabeque includes leaders and ministers, who evaluated works and programs prioritized by their social and economic impact.

In that sense, the vice-president of the Councils of State and Ministers Inés María Chapman observed in Güines the execution of a water supply to the city, while the Minister of Science, Technology and Environment, Elba Rosa Perez, spoke with researchers from several scientific institutions.

The vice-president of the Council of Ministers, Ricardo Cabrisas, and the head of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca, visited joint ventures in the territory.


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