Deputy Prime Minister hails the role of the flag in Cuba

HAVANA, May 19 (ACN) The Deputy Prime Minister said today in this capital that the application of science, technology and innovation to the search for alternative solutions to the problems of society and the economy is essential in Cuba. Ines Maria Chapman Whoo.

The representative of the National Assembly of People’s Power emphasized that the existence of such a system of government allows us to confront the economic, financial and commercial embargo imposed by the US government and the effects of the COVIV-19 pandemic.

Chapman Wu intervened in Plenary session of the Cuban Academy of Sciences (ACC)transmitted by video conferencing to all its subsidiaries in the country and at the same time from the Information Technology Company and Advanced Remote Services and Neuroscience Center.

In the company of Elba Rosa Pérez Montoya, Minister of Science, Technology and Environment, reflect on the role of the ACC and its working groups, whose proposals reside largely in programs, programs and overall projects that are formally evaluated for the improvement of society, he said.


It is embodied in the fact that Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and President of the Republic, asserts that the Palace of the Revolution has become a Palace of Sciences due to the constant exchange with scientists and professionals. and experts.

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However, it was suggested that the Academy control the introduction and popularization of its creative initiatives and foster interest in young talents, together with the most experienced talents, in study and general knowledge of all sciences.

The member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and the State Council said at the meeting, in which she recalled the 127th anniversary of the fall of the national hero Jose Martí, that society needs a lot from you, together forever. .

In addition, he presented the Carlos J. Finlay Medal to Doctor of Historical Sciences Ibrahim Hidalgo Paz, the Cuban government’s highest honor for citizens and foreigners for his contributions to the development of science for the benefit of humanity.

Niorca Maria González Urbera, Secretary General of the National Confederation of Education, Science and Sports Workers, congratulated the institution, as today marks the 161st anniversary of its predecessor, the Royal Academy of Medical, Physical and Natural Sciences of Havana, founded on May 19, 1861 by the Cuban surgeon José Nicholas Gutierrez Hernández ( 1800-1890).

Dr. Science Luis Velasquez Perez, Chair of the ACC, reported on the key actions of his institution in 2021 in his advisory and advisory role.

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One is the expansion of its branches in the country in Holguín, Las Tunas (northeast), Santiago, Granma, Guantanamo (southeast), Camaguey, Ciego de Avila, Villa Clara, Cienfuegos, Matanzas and Pinar del Rio, although attention has been drawn to the absence of Artemis.

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Academics from several provinces evaluated ACC management in that period and received extensive information about the award process last year, when they approved 78 of them to be delivered next June.

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