The Sectoral Program for Science, Technology and Innovation in International Relations was presented today in Havana to promote the development of research and innovation that favor the successful development of international economic and political relations for Cuba.
A total of 84 imported urban buses will arrive in the country this Thursday, January 13, to reinforce public transportation in the capital city, according to the general director of transport Leandro Méndez Peña.
According to press reports, these are the first vehicles to arrive in the country in the last four years.
In the presence of Cuban deputy PM Ines Maria Chapman Waugh, the National Engineering Life and Work Awards were granted today to six prestigious professionals of that discipline, with recognized contributions in Cuba and abroad.
The Nauta Hogar (Internet at home) service, which has been widely accepted by clients, has reached more than 8,600 homes in Ciego de Avila, from September 2017 to late December. This benefit, which is an advantage because it allows instant connection and offers more privacy to chat with family and friends, benefited 2,324 households last year due to technological improvements.