In statements to local press, the Cuban leader laid stress on the work and efforts done by hydraulic workers who managed to build retaining walls to prevent death-dealing fire from spreading to other areas.
According to information published by Cubadebate, Díaz-Canel also heaped praise on actions conducted by the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR, in Spanish), Fire Department, Red Cross, experts from Mexico and Venezuela, and all “those who have worked so hard.”
Despite the fact today has shown positive results in putting out the flames, the Cuban president called not to be overconfident, since there are chances oil will catch fire afresh.
Plus, Díaz-Canel assured that searching those disappeared will be “pretty hard”. We are also working on it.