Preserving nation's historical memory

Diaz-Canel participates in parliamentary debates.

HAVANA, Cuba.- Today, progress is being made in the digitization of what constitutes the historical memory of the nation, to update it, to avoid further deterioration of the documents and to make them available to all, the President of the Republic, Miguel Diaz-Canel said.

Diaz-Canel participated this Wednesday in the Committee on Education, Culture, Science, Technology and Environment, as a pre-date to the information that the Ministries of Economy and Agriculture will offer to Members today.

The Cuban President noted the importance of getting digitized funds used in the work of students, researchers and teachers, because these available files must be used well.

The Head of State pointed out the need to continue sowing sensitivity because the people who have contributed the most to history are extremely sensitive, with high doses of responsibility, and he sentenced, only in this way we will contribute to the good work of historical memory.