Camaguey, May 1 - The impulse of agricultural productions as required by the moment that the country is living today, constitutes the main motivation of local workers of that branch in salute to the 1st. of May, day in which star in various exchange activities and recognitions.
Actions to support food production in different areas and cooperatives of the territory, which were joined by representatives of various unions, blood donations, and meetings with retirees, are part of the initiatives with compliance with the hygienic measures and protocols before COVID-19 pandemic.
Marbelis Oms Villavicencio, general secretary of the Union of Agricultural, Forestry and Tobacco Workers in the province, told the ACN that the fundamental challenge of the labor movement in these sectors is to continue producing for, among other social purposes, supplying the centers of isolation and facilities linked to the confrontation with the pandemic.
We support, he said, the most recent measures adopted by the Government seeking to boost even more food production, one of the priority issues within the social - economic agenda of the nation treated in the 8th. Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba.
Engaged in the spring campaign and currently more than 80 percent of their plan, where they promote the sowing of short-cycle crops and prepare the cold one, the people of Camagüey strengthen the agricultural modules, a way to bring food closer to the population in each demarcation, which will favor food such as obtaining eggs, raising birds, rabbits and small livestock.
The leader specified that of 391 modules to complete between the previous year and the current one, only 17 are missing.
More than 26 thousand people from Camagüey belong to the aforementioned union in the region, from whose union the groups of Tienda El Ganadero and the Camagüey Zoo, both based in this city, recently received the National Vanguard Flag.
In addition, the Central of Cuban Workers in the territory entertained workers and entities that in the midst of the health situation did not renounce their plans and kept working before the call to guarantee economic vitality and services, highlighted Oms Villavicencio.
Under the motto United We Make Cuba, the agricultural, forestry and tobacco growers arrive to date with their stalls decorated and develop multiple initiatives in greeting to the International Day of the Proletariat, a different appointment, but where the commitment to produce more continues to be more valid than ever. (ACN)