Rains Didn’t Compensate Water Deficit
HAVANA TIMES, July 30 — The abundant rains in July in Cuba are still insufficient to compensate for the deficit accumulated in the country’s aquiferous reserves, and the drought continues affecting economic and social sectors, warned Jorge Garcia Fernandez, director of Hydrographic Basins of the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources. In statements published today by the official press, García said the contraction of the reservoirs and underwater sources is not only due to the shortage of rain last May and June, but rather that it had begun previously, reported IPS.
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One can almost hope for a horrendous hurricane season.
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