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President Diaz-Canel Evaluates Recovery of Province Affected by Rains

diaz-canel-villaclaraCuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel evaluated the recovery of the central province of Villa Clara, affected by heavy rains left by the subtropical storm Alberto last May.

During his first visit to that territory after his election as head of State three months ago, Diaz-Canel noted the repairing actions carried out on the road from Manicaragua to Topes de Collantes, and talked to the workers who work in the rehabilitation.

‘The concept is that the works have to be better than before, everything has to be more endurable,’ said the President, quoted by the national press.

For his part, the First Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Salvador Valdes, visited agricultural areas of that territory and an urban transport company.

The passage of the subtropical storm Alberto by the Caribbean island provoked strong floods in the zones bordering rivers and reservoirs in Villa Clara.

As a result, severe damage was recorded in agriculture, partial and total landslides of houses and effects on electricity grids.

(Prensa Latina)

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