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CUBA - U.S. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

Marco Rubio is deaf to Cuba

Even with the help of high-power speakers, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) would not be able to hear Cuba. He has suffered selective deafness for decades, when it comes to his country of origin.

Cuba willing to continue working to improve relations with U.S.

A significant setback in relations between Cuba and the U.S. occurred with President Trump's return to a hostile policy, while the Cuban government reiterates its willingess to continue respectful dialogue and cooperation in areas of mutual interest, without preconditions

Fidel honored in Washington

The willingness of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, to improve relations with the United States while preserving the island’s sovereignty, was highlighted during a panel discussion in honor of the first anniversary of the revolutionary leader’s death, November 25, 2016

Science vs. manipulation in alleged sonic attacks

In the context of an international forum underway in Havana today, the Cuban Society of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery rejected the validity of accusations regarding alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana

U.S. announces new restrictions on trade and travel to Cuba

The United States government announced November 8, new restrictions on U.S. citizens interested in doing business with and traveling to Cuba, as part of the Presidential Memorandum which reverses key aspects of the process of rapprochement between the two countries

Cuban Foreign Minister meets with U.S. legislators

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, met with a dozen U.S. Senators and members of Congress to discuss the current state of bilateral relations between the two nations, and recent setbacks in this regard

U.S. expels 15 diplomats from Cuban Embassy in Washington

On October 3, the U.S. State Department ordered the expulsion of 15 Cuban diplomats from the island’s Embassy in Washington, just a week after the Cuban government urged the U.S. to avoid making hasty decisions