Monday, March 5, 2018
Havana.- Cuban agriculture has benefited from the import of a large batch of Indian-made machinery, as part of collaboration between the two countries.
The Asian nation donated 60 tractors to Cuba, which will be used to support the work in protected crops.
The contribution, worth five million dollars, includes tractors made by the Sonalika Tractors Group, as well as three dozen harvesters and other machineries.
the donation also includes 15 trailers and spare parts for tractors and agricultural tools.
The medium-sized equipment will be used to cultivate vegetables in plots and protected areas.
Cuba also received Indian credits for the construction of a powder milk plant and a fertilizer factory, as well as for the construction of a wind farm.