Díaz-Canel will visit production and service centers and meet with local authorities and the population.
On Thursday, the Cuban president assessed the actions in Guantánamo province so as to promote economic-social, cultural, and political-ideological progress. He also emphasized on the initiatives for food production.
Prime Minister Manuel Marrero reviewed the development strategies of that territory. Deputy Prime Ministers Ramiro Valdés, Alejandro Gil, Jorge Luis Tapia, Jorge Luis Perdomo, and Inés María Chapman, among other senior leaders, also attended.
Cuba is committed to take advantage of the potentialities of the country’s territories as a national development strategy to face the current complex economic situation, aggravated by the unprecedented tightening of the economic, commercial, and financial blockade and the hostility by the United States.