During a meeting with experts in food and nutritional sovereignty, he reviewed the prospects to improve grain production and the solutions that can boost its further development.
Cuba's investments in its agriculture have multiplied thanks to the assistance of Japan and Vietnam, which have allowed the Latin American country to access to non-reimbursable funds.
As a result of these funds, the island has bought 199 tractors, 46 self-propelled transplanters, 41 tray seeding machines, and 42 combine harvesters.
#CUBA: Urban Agriculture Minister Gabriela Peña, says the relaunching of the agri-food project between #Venezuela and Cuba is a challenge to the U.S. blockade and a reaffirmation of the two nations' sovereignty. pic.twitter.com/4ggXAxJURu