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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Photo of the Day

Photo of the Day
Picture 1 of 1

Silhouette, Holetown, Barbados.  By Darric Taylor (Barbados).  Camera: Samsung Galaxy S8

Submit your pictures to our Photo of the Day section
You don’t have to be a professional photographer, just send an image (in black and white or color), with a photo caption indicating where it was taken (city and country), type of camera or cell you used, and a small description about it.
Note: it is better for our format if you send horizontal orientation pictures. Even square will work but vertical is a problem.
Send your picture with your name and birth country, or where you reside, to this email address: [email protected]