Camagüey, Oct 19. -To encourage the potentialities of Camagüey province in food, agricultural and commercial productions represents the greatest objective of the visit of Ulises Rosales del Toro, deputy president of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, as part of the government visit of which the territory is subject.
The brewery company Tínima, the packer company Raúl Altoro Bonilla and the powdered milk factory were some of the enclaves visited, in which Rosales del Toro insisted on the need to strengthen the linkage of the executives with the productive force and to increase the knowledge of the Labor Code.
In these important Camagüey companies, the Cuban deputy president knew the potentialities of the industry, the actions that are currently undertaken to guarantee the productions and contribute to the reduction of imports besides exchanging with the workers and knowing their needs.
They were present in the tour Iris Quiñones Rojas and Betsy Díaz Velázquez, ministers of the food industry and domestic trade, respectively, insisting both on the urgency to diversifying the productions of the entities, to be inserted with greater force in the tourism sector and increase the services and products destined to the population.
Ulises Rosales del Toro insisted with the local authorities to eliminate the stillness in Camagüey nights with varied options from trade and the gastronomy, to also reinforce the attractiveness of a city that moves towards its 505th anniversary of foundation. (Text and photos: Diosmel Galano Oliver/ Radio Camagüey)