Havana - Cuba's government is currently following up on actions in prioritized programs such as local development, the plan to combat climate change, known as Life Task, and the preservation of historic memory.
Cuba's Prime Minister Manuel Marrero tweeted that the government reviewed the status of the elaboration of a decree to boost local development during the working sessions.
In that sense, he referred to the need to strengthen cooperation and complementarity for territorial development, as well as to identify priorities in the strategy for 2030.
On Twitter, Marrero also pointed out that the Life Task continues to be a priority, and said that proposals to bolster sustainable tourism were analyzed.
Regarding the Historic Memory Program, the PM set out the urgency of implementing actions to mitigate the damage to the documentary and cultural heritage of Cuba.
Similarly, the government authorities analyzed the progress of high performance processes, education, recreation, community physical activity and baseball, Cuba's national sport.
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On Twitter, the president celebrated the charanga's musical triumph, one of the nation's cultural ambassadors and flagship groups. The album Ícono, released by the Puntilla Music label, marked the group's 80th anniversary.Read More
Quito - The book 'Fidel, cuatro visitas a Ecuador' (Fidel, four visits to Ecuador), which collects details of the visits the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, made to this South American country, will be launched this Wednesday in Quito.Read More
Havana - Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez congratulated on Tuesday the National Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on its 73rd anniversary.Read More