Havana, Sep 16 - Cuban Young Communist League Secretary Susely Morfa ratified the youth's willingness to support the measures adopted, given the current energy situation in the country, local media reported on Sunday.
The leader of the youth organization said that this sector will work to push ahead despite the complex situation, a result of the tightening of the US blockade, Juventud Rebelde newspaper reported.
The wise leadership of important economic and social tasks, such as bringing Cuba's message with freshness and rigor to social media, combating harmful habits, and others, is in the hands of young people, she said.
Morfa exemplified that young people are immersed in activities such as food production, environmental sanitation work in several communities, among others.
The Cuban government announced last week a series of measures to reduce the negative impact of the fuel deficit the country is experiencing in the face of US pressure.
Saving and prioritizing the use of diesel available for the transportation of cargo and passengers are part of the Executive's response to face the current energy situation.(PL)