HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 15 (ACN) Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuban foreign minister, highlighted today on Twitter Cuba's progress in the gradual recovery of its economy, despite the impact of the COVID-19 and the tightening of the U.S. economic, commercial and financial blockade.
Rodriguez Parrilla underlined the strengths of a diverse productive network and the improved participation of entrepreneurship.
In a press conference, minister of economy, Alejandro Gil, pointed out on Thursday that the country will close 2021 with a moderate growth; however, there is optimism for the coming year with good results.
He explained how complex and tense the scenario has been, characterized by a paralyzation of most of the country's activities, among them, those of vital sectors such as tourism.
According to him, the country is beginning a gradual stage of its economic recovery, accompanied by the continuity of the measures approved in order to achieve the long-awaited transformation of the economy, of its actors, and of an improvement in the quality of life of Cubans.