Havana, Jun 27. -Cuban President Raul Castro called for urgently seeking solutions to the country's economic problems, according to Monday news reports.
During a three-day meeting of the Council of Ministers, the president said the priority should be to solve the complex difficulties of the national economy.
The meeting was focused on the idea that success in updating the Cuban economic model is based on taking an integral approach to facing each problem, Granma newspaper reported.
Leaders of the Cuban Communist Party, the State, the National Assembly of People's Power (Parliament), and the Central Organization of Cuban Workers (CTC) also attended the meeting as guests.
Also on the list were leaders from the country´s mass organizations, the Union of Young Communists and the country's 14 provincial administrative councils.
The Granma reported that the issues discussed in the meeting would be reported in more detail in the future. (Prensa Latina)