President Miguel Diaz-Canel noted on Monday that with the new Constitution of the Republic, Cuba will be a better place and it will be more in tune with the present days.
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Users of the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM) support recovery works in the Havana municipalities battered by a powerful tornado on January 27 evening.
A Venezuelan Navy vessel arrived in Havana Friday with vehicles, construction materials and other resources to support recovery efforts after the January 27 destructive tornado that battered areas of Havana.
Reconstruction works and the delivery of construction materials advance speedily for the recovery of thousands of houses that were either destroyed or damaged by the destructive tornado that battered areas of five municipalities of Havana, Construction Minister Rene Mesa asserted.
The preparations for the referendum to ratify the new Constitution on February 24 continue on Thursday in Cuba, where electoral officials are receiving training.
The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel, chaired this Tuesday the meeting of the Cabinet convened to follow up the work of recovery in the Cuban capital.
The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel, received this Tuesday in the Palace of the Revolution in Havana, Veronica Nataniel Macamo Dlovo, President of the Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique, who pays an official visit to Cuba
The head of the Central Strategic Region Major General Joaquin Quintas Sola, evaluated in the municipality of Caibarien the recovery of housing and local production of construction materials.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has called to tackle housing problem caused in Havana by a devastating tornado and expedite construction and repair.
Higher education as part of the education system should improve its management in terms of articulation, in order to respond to the needs of social development, Jose Ramon Saborido, Minister of this sector, said at the Convention Palace in Havana.
The President of the Council of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, expressed this Tuesday his pride in having a people who overcome challenges, and said Cuba has infinite moral reserves.
The Cuban Council of Ministers assessed the damages, debris collection and restoration of basic services after nine days of the passage of a tornado that hit Havana, official sources informed on Tuesday.
The Secretary of the National Electoral Commission, Maria Esther Bacallao, said his Monday that in the areas affected by the tornado in Havana, the conditions for voters to exercise their right to vote in the constitutional referendum of February 24 are guaranteed.
No tornado, no meteor, no blockade; the people of Cuba can overcome everything, because they confront everything united, President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez said this Sunday in his Twitter account.
People of Havana highlighted this Monday the accelerated pace of recovery efforts in the areas affected by a tornado that hit Havana last January 27, causing substantial material and human losses.
Cuba on Monday continues preparations for a referendum, where more than eight million citizens are called to vote on February 24 to ratify the new Constitution.
One week after a tornado hit several municipalities in this capital, Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel insisted on unity to face adversities, after remembering National Hero Jose Marti”s thought.
The continuous laboriousness helps progress in the restoration of electric service in the areas affected by last Sunday”s tornado, highlighted in Havana Alfredo Justo, from the National Electric Union.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez warned in Havana about the dangers hovering over the planet Earth due to governments that with their actions threaten peace, justice and human dignity.