Biden was voted as an alternative to Trump. How well is that working in terms of US foreign policy? The site points out, stating that the White House has shown all signs so far that its policies on Cuba will not stray far from those from Trump’s administration.
In March, US officials told Reuters that Cuba is not a priority for Biden’s foreign policy.
The statement remained open to interpretation so far, when Washington decided to keep Cuba in the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
A statement by Secretary of State Antony Blinken was published on Sunday, when certified to Congress those countries that are not fully cooperating with counter-terrorism efforts, such as Cuba, Iran, Syria, Venezuela and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
In that regard, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that it is a totally groundless accusation and a policy to justify the aggression against Cuba, including the inhumane economic, commercial and financial blockade our people have suffered.
By keeping Trump’s policies, the White House is playing an active role in the efforts to isolating Cuba diplomatically, in addition to maintaining the ramifications of the blockade against Cuba, according to strategic-culture.org.