More than 180 million pesos are invested this year in Las Tunas in actions included in the Life Task, the plan of the Cuban State to face climate change.
"No man, no!" With that popular expression of denial that was said spontaneously by one of the attendees, the inhabitants of this province of eastern Cuba reiterated their rejection of the application of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.
Amado Luis Palma Torres, head of the Environmental Unit of the Territorial Delegation of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (Citma), told 26Digital that "a broad investment process is advancing in the municipality of Puerto Padre with the objective of achieving a better environmental management of its bay."
The Victoria de Girón brigade, from the Finland-Cuba Friendship Association, visits Las Tunas once more. Its members expressed their rejection to the Helms-Burton Act.