• Trump announced a tougher policy toward Cuba

  • The President of the United States Donald trump announced a partial abandonment of the policy of his predecessor Barack Obama against Cuba. In particular, the administration will introduce tougher restrictions on U.S. outbound tourism to the island nation. At the same time, the work of the U.S. Embassy in Havana will continue.

    The President of the United States Donald trump announced a partial abandonment of the policy of his predecessor Barack Obama against Cuba. Reports Reuters, he declared, speaking in Miami, where there is a significant number who did not accept the socialist revolution Cuban immigrants.

    In particular, the administration will introduce tougher restrictions on U.S. outbound tourism to the island nation, and will prevent business entities in the jurisdiction of the United States with the Cuban military agencies.

    At the same time, trump has upheld many diplomatic achievements of Obama, including the work of the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

    "Free Cuba is what we with God's help will achieve," — said the head of the White house. "We can no longer remain silent in the face of Communist oppression," added trump.

    The administration trump also said that the effect of the existing sanctions against Cuba would be extended, and any improvement in this area is possible only under the condition that Havana will take steps aimed at political and economic liberalization.

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