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Slovakia to help reconstruct power plant in Cuba

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Slovakia will help Cuba in reconstruction of its Felton thermal power plant in line with an agreement signed between the two sides.

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The deal was signed by Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir and the Cuban Energy and Mining Minister Alfredo Lopez Valdes.

"The multi-day talks led to signing of two documents related to the reconstruction of the first block of the Felton thermal power plant, which needs a complete overhaul after a breakdown last year," said Kazimir.

According to the Slovak minister, further projects concerning the food sector and renewable energy with Slovak involvement are also planned in Cuba.

Cuba's Felton thermal power plant has an output of 500 Megawatt-hours and almost 800 employees.


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