Cuba's President calls for working hard in Havana
Havana, (Prensa Latina) Cuba's President Miguel Diaz-Canel called on Friday for working hard on socio-economic development programs in Havana, with the same dedication as during the preparations for the 500th anniversary of the city .
Diaz-Canel expressed so at the meeting of the government support group for the country's capital, in which the president of the National Assembly of Popular Power, Esteban Lazo, and the Prime Minister Manuel Marrero also participated.
At the work meeting, the main services to the population were checked, among which the community members received special attention, unfolded a report by national television.
Havana's Deputy Governor Yanet Hernandez explained that the city shows a breakthrough in terms of solid waste collection, which is based, among other issues, on complying with the schedule for tossing and collecting garbage. She also highlighted the control over this activity, which must be improved.
The construction of houses, another prioritized issue, behaves at 59 percent of compliance with the plan, with 4,373 dwellings completed out of the 7,403 planned.
During the meeting the Deputy Governor also commented on the project for the development of the traditional waterfront known as Malecon, which aims to rehabilitate buildings in 14 blocks of that promenade and construct new buildings, taking advantage of materials and technologies of national input.
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