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Closer to restoring relations

The second round of face-to-face talks between diplomats from Cuba and the United States concluded on February 27, with progress made toward implementing measures announced by Presidents Raúl Castro and Barack Obama on December 17

U.S. subversion against Cuba continues

Even while the ink of Barack Obama’s new Presidential Directive on Cuba is not yet dry, an announcement for new subversive projects against Cuba was published on the U.S. State Department website

Cuba’s flag waves in U.S. capital

Cuba’s diplomatic mission in the United States was officially re-inaugurated this morning, July 20. The Cuban Interest Section in Washington is now the country’s embassy.


U.S. Senators expect better relations with Cuba

On February 17, during a press conference at Havana’s Hotel Nacional, U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill, Mark Warner, and Amy Klobuchar expressed optimism in regards to the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, and the easing of restrictions on trade

U.S. Secretary of Commerce visits Port of Mariel

Scheduled today, October 7, is a meeting with Cuban authorities to discuss the scope of steps recently taken by the U.S. government to modify the implementation of some aspects of the blockade


The challenge of building a future without forgetting the past

Hundreds of people gathered outside the newly reopened U.S. Embassy in Havana on August 14, to witness the historic flag-raising ceremony, the equivalent of no longer be prisoners of the past, standing before him where the three Marines who which took place at the Cuban mission in Washington on July 20.