In the Nucleus of the Universidad de Oriente (UDO), located in the state of Anzoátegui, it begins to have a different face one week after having initiated a plan for its recovery and rehabilitation, as stated by the president of the Corporation of the Anzoátegui state ( Corpoanzoátegui), Luis José Marcano, during an inspection visit made this Saturday the 6th to the university campus.
Marcano declared that at the end of 2021 the UDO "must be resplendent and, most importantly, open to students," he declared.
He presented the balance of the first week of execution of the plan "A pot for the UDO", which seeks to recover the facilities of the main house of studies in eastern Venezuela.
The also political protector of the state and deputy to the National Assembly, announced that through the recycling project more than 6 tons of plastic have been collected, out of the established goal of 5 tons to receive important resources for the restoration of the facilities. "And with the enthusiasm that we have seen in different municipalities, we are sure that this will multiply rapidly," the spokesperson said.
Marcano highlighted that on the subject of security, “12 daytime and 12 nighttime police officers remain active at strategic points in the town,” he declared that with this, 100% of the points that were assigned to citizen security agencies are installed.
He highlighted that 10 work fronts were deployed with more than 60 people daily, "an average of 32 workers and 28 volunteers, in addition to the machinery," which has made it possible to advance by 90% in the sanitation of the canal that adjoins the university and 42% in the weeding of green areas.
He explained that eight large water boats have been repaired and the entrance to the Nucleus was recovered, in what he described as an "experience connected with the development interests of the entity and the country."