According to the Presidency’s Twitter account, the head of State arrived at the Arroyo Seco productive center, in Gibara municipality, where beans, corn, yucca, sweet potato and others crops are produced.
Among other issues, he analyzed the need to increase the company’s irrigation capacity and the solutions to bring water from nearby reservoirs.
On Thursday morning, Diaz-Canel called to apply the concept of People’s Power created by the historic leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, for the sustainability of the Government’s work in the vulnerable neighborhoods of Las Tunas.
As part of his agenda, he visited a multi-service complex where remodeling work has been done for three months to provide a better service.
“Here, the validity of the concept of leasing state facilities to non-state forms of production with the essential purpose of benefiting the people is demonstrated,” Diaz-Canel acknowledged.