Cuba’s deputy international minister discusses a long time of hostile relations with the US.
Leaders of the Americas put together to collect in Los Angeles on June 6 for his or her ninth regional summit. However Washington has introduced Cuba might be excluded, arguing the Caribbean nation doesn’t meet the required democratic requirements.
United States-Cuban relations have been hostile ever since Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution. In 2016, President Obama visited the island, calling the event an “historic alternative” to go away the Chilly Warfare behind.
However below President Trump, all alternatives have been misplaced. And now, below President Biden, relations stay tense.
So, what’s subsequent for the 2 nations? Cuba’s deputy international minister, Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, talks to Al Jazeera.