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Cuban Government Extends Import Opportunity for Power Plants amid Fuel Shortages: Pánfilo’s Take on the Situation

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Cuban Government Extends Import Opportunity for Power Plants amid Fuel Shortages: Pánfilo’s Take on the Situation

The Cuban government has announced an extension for the importation of non-commercial power plants until March 31, 2024, in an effort to address the energy crisis facing the country. This decision comes as a response to the ongoing blackouts experienced by Cuban residents.

Travelers to Cuba are now allowed to import up to two power plants as part of their accompanied luggage, with a limit of $1,000 per year. Online platforms like Bazar Virtual offer these power plants at an average price of around $390 USD. However, the importation of power plants to Cuba faces challenges due to limited access to fuel.

Cuban actor Luis Silva, known for his role as Pánfilo in the popular comedy program Vivir del Cuento, recently expressed concerns about the difficulty of accessing fuel for power plants in a video shared on Instagram. Silva humorously commented on the various types of cards in circulation in Cuba, including gas cards, MLC cards, and CUP cards.

Despite the challenges, Silva assured his followers that Vivir del Cuento will soon return to Cuban TV, with the scriptwriting phase currently underway. The actor’s followers welcomed the news of the show’s return and expressed their excitement for its comeback.

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