Category Archives: Normalization of Relations

Pennsylvania state senator wants U.S. to open up to Cuba for trade

He said that it should be a good market for U.S. farmers. WRITTEN BY BETH BRELJE, Reading Eagle HARRISBURG, PA — MONDAY JUNE 18, 2018 The Engage Cuba Coalition, an advocacy group working to open trade and travel between the U.S. and … Continue reading

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U.S. Senators Endorse Measure on Agricultural Trade with Cuba

Washington, Jun 13 (Prensa Latina) Democrat Heidi Heitkamp announced today that the Agriculture Committee of the Senate approved an amendment introduced by her and Republican John Boozman to increase access of U.S. agricultural products to the Cuban market. The two … Continue reading

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Misconceptions of Cuba

Opinion: The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, Washington) – Weds, June 13, 2018 In response to Tom Horne’s letter of June 3 (“Sandinista Lisa”), my wife and I recently experienced a wonderful People to People trip to Cuba and came away with new … Continue reading

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Cuba Says Cause of Illness in US Diplomats Remains a Mystery

Cuba said it remained ready to work with the United States to determine what, if anything, was causing the illnesses after its own investigation had uncovered no evidence of foul play. June 11 (teleSUR) Cuba said on Sunday it remained … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Joins Coalition against US Blockade of Cuba

Washington, Jun 11 (Prensa Latina) Prominent leaders of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania launched today the bipartisan Pennsylvania State Council-Engage Cuba, aimed at seeking support for closer ties with the island, and the end of travel and trade restrictions. With … Continue reading

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U.S. Senator Calls for Ending the Ban on Agricultural Credits to Cuba

Washington, Jun 8 (Prensa Latina) Republican Senator John Boozman called today to lift the ban that prevents U.S. banks and private companies from offering credit for agricultural sales to Cuba. The legislator from Arkansas, who participated yesterday in a panel … Continue reading

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U.S. Congressman Highlights Need for Agricultural Trade with Cuba

By Martha Andres Roman Washington, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) Republican Representative Tom Emmer considered necessary today a bi-directional agricultural trade between Cuba and the United States, at a time when the North American agricultural community faces great challenges. With depressed … Continue reading

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US Legislators Advocate for Greater Agricultural Trade with Cuba

Washington, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) Four Republican legislators highlighted in this capital the importance of greater agricultural trade between Cuba and the United States and the need to reverse Washington’s failed policy toward the island. Senator John Boozman (Arkansas) and … Continue reading

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Seven girls from L.A. area high schools to travel to Cuba with Firecrackers club softball team

By CHRISTOPHER LOPEZ | PUBLISHED: June 5, 2018 – Pasadena News Star Seven girls from four Los Angeles area high schools will travel to Cuba from July 15 to July 20 with the Firecrackers travel ball softball club as part of the second … Continue reading

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US Republican Senator Jeff Flake Confirms that It’s Safe to Travel to Cuba

Senator Flake has co-sponsored draft proposals that would contribute to cooperation and free travel to Cuba. June 5 (Radio Rebelde) Republican Senator Jeff Flake highlighted on Monday in Havana that traveling to Cuba is safe in a clear message for … Continue reading

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