Spain Asks Obama for Change on Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 9 — Spain asked US president-elect Barack Obama on Thursday for a “change of attitude” regarding Cuba. Secretary of State for Ibero-America, Trinidad Jimenez, also encouraged the US to end its half century blockade of the island and recognized President Raul Castro’s “willingness” to seek an understanding through dialogue. Spain is the EU country with the most investments in Cuba.