Articles of Rains

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President Diaz-Canel Evaluates Recovery of Province Affected by Rains

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Cuban 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.

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Improving People’s Power

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The perfecting of local bodies of People’s Power should provide impetus to economic and social development, leaders in Mayabeque agreed during a visit by First Vice President of the Councils of State and Minister Salvador Valdés Mesa, to several entities in the province involved in this process.

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Insurance, a safeguard for the national economy

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Hurricane Irma was possibly the most devastating weather phenomenon to ever hit Cuba. Not only did the storm cause substantial material damage, affecting some of the country’s most important industrial and tourist zones, but also had a severe impact on the national economy.

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Recovery efforts advance in provinces hit by heavy rain and flooding

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President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, spoke via teleconference with Party and government authorities from the western and central provinces, to review recovery efforts in territories affected by recent heavy rainfall.

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The impact of heavy rains on Cuban agriculture

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Aware that they are in a race against time, campesinos in Pinar del Río, like all those in the western and central regions of the island, are working to address the impacts of the recent heavy rains in the province, which were continuous over almost three weeks. Preliminary evaluations indicate that 5,472 hectares of various crops were lost across the Vueltabajo region and around 9,000 hectares suffered damages.