Artemisa, Cuba - The province of Artemisa hosts from this Tuesday and until next Thursday, the Technical Secretariat of PADIT, Articulated Platform for the Territorial Integral Development, which is in session in the Tourist Complex, Las Terrazas.
During the exchange participate representatives of the 10 Cuban provinces included in the Platform; the leading national institutions such as the Ministry of Economy, Institute of Physical Planning and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, among others, are also present.
With the assistance of around 70 specialists, the Technical Secretariat of PADIT will review the progress and concrete results of the projects and will share worries and will learn about future plans.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the two agencies that finance the project, the Swiss for Development and Cooperation and the Italian for International Cooperation participate in the meeting.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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