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The Cuban Electrical Union (UNE) reported on Wednesday that work is progressing to restore power service in the capital. However, generation is still weak throughout the country after the collapse of the national system by the onslaught of Hurricane Ian.

"When the Republic's main leader encourages people to be violent, they feel authorized to behave in that way," RAPS Director Sodre pointed out.

On Tuesday, the passage of Hurricane Ian through this Caribbean island caused a national blackout as a result of the fall of power poles.

Previously, the U.S. Treasury Department pressured the Argentine authorities to retain the Venezuelan Boeing 747-300 in its territory.

“Cuba and Venezuela are a single Homeland, a single people,” President Nicolas Maduro stressed.

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