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They recognize brigades that contributed to the restoration of electricity in Havana

diaz-canel-habana-electricos-3-foto-presidencia-580x330The farewell ceremony for the electrical workers who contributed to the recovery in Havana after the passage of Hurricane Ian took place this Tuesday with the presence of the President of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, the first secretary of the Party in the capital, Luis Antonio Torres Iríbar, and Reinaldo García Zapata, governor of the city, among other authorities.

More than 500 men from the provinces of Ciego de Ávila, Las Tunas, Granma, Guantánamo, Santiago de Cuba, Matanzas and Mayabeque, among other forces, contributed to returning the service to the residents of the capital.

Luis Antonio Torres Iríbar, first secretary of the Provincial Committee of the Party, highlighted the dedication and sacrifice of these brigades, which allowed the restoration of electricity in the city.

“His effort ratified that we can suffer dissimilar situations, but we must always maintain confidence in the Revolution, which since it was born did so alongside the humble and for the humble, and leaves no one helpless,” said the party leader.

At the close of six in the afternoon this Monday, a figure of more than 98% of Havana customers had the fluid in their homes, reported the Electric Company of Havana on its Facebook profile.

The collaboration of the 35 lineman brigades from other territories will now be extended to Pinar del Río, the scene most affected by the meteorological phenomenon.

(With information from the website of the Presidency and Canal Habana)




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