Havana, September 25 (RHC)-- Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel analyzed on Tuesday prioritized programs for the country's socioeconomic development in areas such as transportation, agriculture and tourism.
In a meeting where he was accompanied by several government ministers, Diaz-Canel evaluated the main projects to improve the transportation of cargo and passengers, according to national television prime time newscast.
The report added that the recovery of the railway system with the modernization of workshops and increased technical inspections of vehicles to prevent accidents are part of the plan in this sector.
The president also analyzed investments in tourism and foreign investment, strategic sectors for the development of the Caribbean nation. The head of state called for expanding exportable lines and boosting production in the food industry, according to the information.