Revolution is alive in the neighborhoods, Cuban president says

HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 3 (ACN)

The Revolution is alive in the neighborhoods that are being reformed with the efforts of their children, said Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez on Twitter, after his visit to the provinces of Cienfuegos and Villa Clara, in central Cuba, on Thursday.

In other statements, Diaz-Canel referred to the exchanges with the people of Cienfuegos and Villa Clara and recalled that together they can do more.

He added that the government must reach everyone in Cuba, because the solution to every problem matters, and described as rewarding and fruitful the meeting with the people of Santa Clara.

The First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba arrived this Thursday in El Condado neighborhood, the Valle del Yabu Agricultural Enterprise, the Arcoiris Recreational Complex of Santa Clara and paid tribute to Che in the Revolution Square.

According to Granma newspaper, the president exchanged with the crowd gathered in La Parra, in Cumanayagua, Cienfuegos, and explained this first phase of his tour of the municipality was part of his visits to places included in the program for the transformation of communities and neighborhoods.

He also visited the Citricos Arimao agricultural center, an important productive area in Cumanayagua, which he described as a project of resilience, by planting all areas to ensure a harvest every month.

Cuban leader also participated in the assembly of accountability of the district No. 2, belonging to the Centro popular council, in Santa Clara.

Besides, Diaz Canel also toured the Poultry Picadora base business unit, where a local development project for the breeding of turkeys and rustic and semi-rustic animals is being carried out; and visited the Yabu Valley Agricultural Enterprise, one of the most important productive centers of Villa Clara, in charge of food supply, mainly for the capital of the province.


By US-Cuba Normalization Committee

Organizing Committee, International and Nationwide Conference for the Normalization of US-Cuba Relations.