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President of Cuba confirms progress in social programs in Havana

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President of Cuba confirms progress in social programs in Havana

Havana, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, confirmed the progress being made on the National Cochlear Implant and Neurodevelopment Program, in the context of the fourth government visit to Havana.
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During his tour of the Pedro Borras Astorga-Marfan pediatric hospital, the president spoke with patients benefiting from the initiative, which has allowed 525 patients to undergo implant surgeries.

Diaz-Canel also visited the University of Havana, where he attended the closing ceremony of the introductory course on the study of international business law, as per a tweet of the Presidency.

For his part, the Prime Minister, Manuel Marrero, became acquainted with the details of the plan for the Development of Tourism in Havana until 2030 at the National Hotel of Cuba.

Marrero affirmed that the country is committed to production chains to take advantage of the forces of all economic actors: that is what it is about, putting these concepts into practice, seeking synergies to substitute imports, he said.

According to the Presidency, during the day, the first vice president, Salvador Valdes, as well as ministers, deputy prime ministers, and other members of the Government, will be visiting places of interest in Havana.

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