CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba, Mar 5 (ACN) Jorge Luis Tapia Fonseca, Cuban deputy prime minister, stressed in Ciego de Avila the need to comply with financial and economic discipline, and to eliminate the chain of non-payments to producers so that the Task Ordering has results.
During a tour of agricultural entities in the territory, Tapia Fonseca emphasized that the responsibility to pay for the merchandise at the moment it is acquired is established in the approved policies, which must be applied without fear so that the producer is not affected.
He also highlighted the importance of applying science and innovation as an alternative to the fertilizer deficit, which also represents a saving for the country and guarantees the necessary production for the delivery of fresh bananas to the population, as well as to cover other demands of the industry and tourism.
The Cuban official pointed out that the desire of the workers to do things well is appreciated, but it is necessary to assure them the minimum supplies so that they have the essential tools, as well as to attend to their needs in the community.
At the end of the tour, the technical and technological problems associated with the investment process of the bioelectric plant next to the Ciro Redondo power plant were also assessed, which have caused instability and breakages and do not produce the expected results.
Tapia Fonseca recommended a critical analysis of the entire process, from the marabou cutter, bagasse supply to the plant and operation of the boilers, risks that were not properly estimated and require the study of possible solutions with specialists.