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Debate in Cuba on relations with the United States

Havana, Dec 15 (Prensa Latina) Academics and experts from Cuba and the United States are debating virtually today about the obstacles and opportunities for a sustainable relationship between the two nations.

In the 19th edition of the Series of Conversations Cuba on the Foreign Policy of the United States of America, which will meet until next Friday, the specialists will expose details of ties that have deteriorated significantly since 2017 with the implementation of 243 new coercive measures against the island.

At the inauguration of the meeting, at the Raúl Roa Superior Institute of International Relations in this capital, the general director in charge of the United States of the Foreign Ministry, Carlos Fernández de Cossío, expressed the will of this nation to build a respectful relationship with the neighboring northern power.

Different panels will allow participants to discuss the foreign policy of the government of current US President, Joe Biden, and its impact on Cuba; topics of common interest in various fields, as well as the perspectives of the ties between the two nations. Cuban officials will update on the political, economic and social reality and the impact of the US siege.

Next Friday, the book “The announcements of December 17, 2014 in Havana and Washington DC” will be presented. The background and the subsequent negotiating process, by José Ramón Cabañas, director of the International Policy Research Center, which is sponsoring the event.


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