Escorted by union leaders, delegates to the workers’ conclave and prominent men and women in their daily work, the Flag XXI Congress of the Central Workers of Cuba (CTC) has been giving prestige since yesterday to labor groups in the western province of Matanzas, a territory where the banner on the afternoon of Friday, March 15th .
The first visit was made to the Business Unit of Rice Base of Yellow, essential in the purpose of replacing imports of rice and in the fulfillment of its state order, destined to the basic basket.
Just in the vicinity of a dryer and a mill, Julio Antonio Flores Diaz, general secretary of the Municipal Committee of the CTC in Calimete, read the commitment of the workers called to greet with efficiency and quality the final sessions of the XXI Congress, agreed on April 20th to 24th of this year. “We have to win that battle in the productive field,” the leader urged.
After being received in the Jesús Rabí, one of the sugar mills in Matanzas, the banner was guarded in Calimete, until on Saturday morning; it left those lands to be embraced in the municipalities of the Ciénaga de Zapata, Jagüey Grande, Colón and Los Arabos.
Exactly at 6:30 in the afternoon, workers from the Mario Muñoz plant welcomed him in that group, as part of a program of travel that continues today in Cárdenas and Varadero, where centers such as the PROSA paper mill, the headquarters will be visited. de Varse, responsible for the attention to the construction workers, as well as hotels with relevant results in the famous Playa Azul.
In the morning of March 21st, the flag will continue its journey through the country, this time to the young province of Mayabeque. Before the game, at exactly 10:00 a.m. on the morning of the 20th, the flag of the Matanzas delegation will preside over the final sessions of the XXI Congress of the CTC, which will be attended by 85 delegates and a guest.
In the Business Unit of Base of Amarillas, Calimete workers committed to fulfill the productive plans in greeting to the final sessions of the XXI Congress of the CTC.