In a conversation with the workers of the unit, the diplomat evidenced the progress of the technology that allowed to increase production of fresh vegetables and vegetables by over 40 percent, with a saving of water and electricity, destined for social institutions and the community.
While he encouraged the care and proper use of equipment for self-sufficiency in a nation that invests millionaire figures in food imports from abroad.
He highlighted that the delivery of resources to local projects in different sectors for agricultural development is part of the support of the Japanese government to contribute to the Food Sovereignty and Nutritional Education Program in Cuba.
He also showed interest in knowing the main challenges faced by the main industries of Ciego de Ávila, for the possibility of opening business opportunities in the future stage.
During the exchange with government authorities of the province, Hirata Kenji stated that the purpose of his visit is to extend cooperation ties to other branches such as tourism, after learning about the potential of the Jardines del Rey destination.
Lieutenant Governor Annia Rosa Francisco offered details on the local history, cultural traditions, main economic and social activities, as well as the actions that are carried out to improve the quality of life of the population.
She congratulated the Cuban Government for its results in confronting the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular the control of the Omicron variant, despite its high contagiousness, which allows the recovery of the national economy.