Cuba-US Talks Must Be on Equal Footing

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 19.- Cuban President Raul Castro said in statements to the press in Brazil that the island does not have to make gestures to the United States to begin bilateral talks because Cuba is the attacked country. “Unilateral gestures are over,” affirmed Castro, who reiterated his willingness to talk with President-elect Barack Obama on an equal footing.

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