Martin Palous

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In their meeting on Feb. 10, the European Union foreign ministers are expected to approve the E.U. position for negotiations with Cuba about a new agreement between the two parties.

Leaders of Cuba’s pro-democracy movement on the island and in exile question whether the replacement of the 1996 so-called Common Position by a new instrument would be driven by economic interests of the member states and will abandon the Cuban people who desire the same civil liberties that Europeans enjoy. They point out that the Common Position places conditions on normalization of relations with Havana tied to significant human-rights improvement in Cuba, and fear that the E.U.…  Seguir leyendo »