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Cuba’s President considers energy stability a priority


Cuba’s President considers energy stability a priority

Havana, Jun 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today stressed that the country's priority is to work on strategies that give greater stability to the National Electric System.
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Through his official Twitter account, the president pointed out that there is only one commitment: to deliver results, which “are aimed at preventing the repetition of similar situations”.

Cuba is going through a complex electric power situation, with breakdowns in several thermoelectric plants and daily generation deficits.

The day before Diaz-Canel appeared on national television and denounced the United States persecution that obstructs, with the imposition of the economic, commercial and financial blockade, the access of the Caribbean nation to energy markets.

However, the head of state emphasized that the country always finds ways to solve these effects, and informed about an agreement that will allow investments to be made in several generation blocks, which will bring more stability to the system.

Currently, the strategy is focused on carrying out maintenance in the plants with the highest installed capacity and guaranteeing their rapid incorporation.

On this day, the president will tour the facilities of different thermoelectric plants.

“We are going to see and accompany those who do not rest. With them we will also get out of this crisis. I guarantee it. I am not giving an exact date. I only say that it is not far away,” he insisted in a tweet.


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