OFFICIAL VOICE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CUBA CENTRAL COMMITTEE

CUBA - U.S. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

What Obama can do

Despite the fact that Congress must take action to definitively end the blockade, President Obama has broad executive powers to substantially modify its implementation much more than he has thus far

Cabrisas receives U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

Cuba’s international economic relations, the interest of the U.S. agriculture sector in the island, and obstacles to trade between the two countries caused by the blockade, were discussed during the encounter

Cuba-U.S. Business Council held in Havana

The Business Council aims to build a strategic trade relationship, promote business ties, and identify trade opportunities between the two nations

Measures taken by U.S. since December

Despite the December 17 announcements by Cuba and the U.S. to work toward normalizing relations, the blockade – principal obstacle to advancing in this process - remains in force.