sábado, 11 de abril de 2015

Summit of the Americas has historic meeting between u.s. and Cuba

Barack Obama and Raul Castro are in Panama to participate in the Summit of the Americas.

But if a formal meeting is not currently envisaged between the Presidents of the United States and Cuba, the u.s. State Department announced that the heads of diplomacy of the two countries would meet tonight for the first time since it was announced in December the re-establishment of bilateral relations. This is also the highest-level diplomatic encounters since 1958.

Still in Kingston, before moving to Panama, Obama stressed that "never anticipated that, from one day to the next, everything would become, which suddenly Cuba would become a diplomatic partner, such as Jamaica, for example. This will still take some time. "

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