Category Archives: Normalization of Relations

U.S. recognizes negative impact of its policy toward Cuba

August 29 (Cubadebate) After awaiting the fall of Cuba like a ripe fruit for quite some long time, and shaking the tree hard, the United States has recognized a couple errors in its ambitious plan to take possession of the … Continue reading

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Negative Impact of Lack of Staff in US Embassy in Cuba Worries Congressmen

Washington, Aug 23 (Prensa Latina) The negative impact of the reduction of personnel in the US embassy in Cuba ordered by the Trump Administration was today reflected in a memorandum from the Congressional Research Service (CRS), some media reported. Democratic … Continue reading

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U.S. Reduces to One Year the Stay of its Diplomats in Cuba

Washington, Aug 16 (Prensa Latina) The U.S. government has reduced to one year the time its diplomats can stay in Cuba, where the U.S. embassy currently has very few staff under the argument of alleged health incidents whose causes are … Continue reading

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Top US State Officials Visit Cuba to Investigate Alleged ‘Attacks’

Havana, July 25 (Prensa Latina) Officials from the U.S. Department of State are here today to address alleged health incidents claimed by some members of that country’s diplomatic mission in Cuba. According to the Cubadebate website, the delegation includes the … Continue reading

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Florida State Rep. David Richardson embarking on two-day tour of Cuba

By Ryan Nicol – Florida Politics – July 16, 2018 State Rep. David Richardson kicked off a two-day listening tour in Cuba’s capital today as he continues to campaign in the race for Florida’s 27th Congressional District. The Richardson campaign says the focus of … Continue reading

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Cuba Calls on U.S. to Comply with Visa Commitment

Washington, Jul 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuba called on the United States in Washington to fully comply with its commitments to grant visas to emigrants in tune with the migration agreements signed by the two countries. During a new round of … Continue reading

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Joint Cuban, US Probe Finds No Evidence for “Sonic Attacks”

The Cuban ministry of foreign affairs issued a statement calling on the U.S. government to stop the “political manipulation” of the alleged health issues. July 11 (teleSUR) A fourth meeting was held in Washington D.C. Tuesday between authorities from law … Continue reading

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Cuba Seriously Honors Migration Commitments to U.S.

Havana, Jul 9 (Prensa Latina) Migration to the United States continues to be a major issue on the foreign affairs agenda of Cuba, whose government seriously honors the commitments it has made. In that regard, the top official in charge … Continue reading

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Cuba: The US Blocking Cubans’ Access To Visa

Cuba is allowed 20,000 US visas per year, but this US administration is making it harder for Cuban citizens access to this right the island has had since 1994. July 9 (teleSUR) The Cuban government is accusing the United States … Continue reading

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Pa. farmers need a fair shake in Cuba | U.S. Rep. Greg Rothman

State Rep. Greg Rothman, a Republican, represents the Cumberland County-based 87th House District. He writes from Harrisburg. Penn Live, Guest Editorial – By Greg Rothman – July 2, 2018 Long before the U.S. and Cuba restored diplomatic ties in 2015, there … Continue reading

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