Category Archives: Normalization of Relations

Cuba: US Democratic Senators Submit Bill To End the Blockade

Wyden also recognizes that the U.S. blockade on Cuba “is an artifact from the 1960s.” The Senate Finance Committee chairman also remarked that “to continue  this outdated, harmful policy of isolation would be a failure of American leadership.” Feb 5 (teleSUR) … Continue reading

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US expert forecasts changes towards Cuba

Washington, Feb 5 (Prensa Latina) The United States will normalize travel, remittances and consular services with Cuba, according to Ric Herrero, executive director of the Cuba Study Group, cited by CNN. ‘We anticipate that we are going to see a … Continue reading

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Cuba challenges pandemic and arranges tourist events

Havana, Dec 18 (Latin Press) Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR) on Friday presented the 2021-2022 Calendar of Events, emphasizing that the country is fighting Covid-19 through strict health protocols and making efforts to recover the upward spiral of travel. Dalila … Continue reading

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Foreign Minister condemns US funding for subversion in Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 7 (ACN) Bruno Rodríguez, Cuba’s foreign minister, condemned the allocation of $1 million by the U.S. Department of State to promote subversion projects in Cuba. On the social network Twitter, the diplomat said this Saturday that the … Continue reading

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Maduro, Open To Dialogue With US if Based on ‘Mutual Respect’

Published 4 December 2020 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has reiterated the Venezuelan Government’s willingness to establish routes of dialogue with the United States based on “mutual respect.” This Friday, days before a pivotal parliamentary election in Venezuela, President Maduro said … Continue reading

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Top US Congressmen Condemn Restrictions on Cuba Remittances

Jim McGovern and Elliot Engel, high-ranking House Democrats, released a statement Thursday condemning the Trump administration’s recent restrictions on sending remittances to Cuba.  Nov 19 (teleSUR) The U.S. House of Representatives Chair of the House Rules Committee, James (Jim) P. McGovern, … Continue reading

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US organizations to seek rapprochement with Cuba

Washington, Nov 17 (Prensa Latina) US organizations said on Tuesday that there is an opportunity for the Biden administration to reverse Trump’s harmful policies on Cuba and adopt the normalization policy from the Obama era. In that sense, Codepink, in … Continue reading

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Michigan state seeks to promote cooperation with Cuba

FotosPL: Manuel Muñoa Havana, Feb 6 (Prensa Latina) A delegation of seven legislators from the U.S. state of Michigan is visiting Cuba today with a view to fostering cooperation relations of mutual benefit. This is not a one-way conversation, we … Continue reading

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Advantages for Cuba and the US if there were better relationships

Washington, Jan 31 (Prensa Latina) The relations between Cuba and the United States may have a better future, in which their differences are discussed with respect, said today the ambassador of the Caribbean island in this capital, José Ramón Cabañas. … Continue reading

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Cuba is open to hold talks with the US, restates Diaz-Canel

Havana, Jan 24 (Prensa Latina) President Miguel Diaz-Canel reiterated that Cuba is open to hold talks with the United States and to a civilized relationship, but on the basis of equality and respect, local press reported this Friday. The president … Continue reading

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