Spain Pessimistic on Change in EU Cuba Policy

HAVANA TIMES, March 16 – The Spanish government considers that it is difficult that changes can take place in the European Union (EU) policy toward Cuba during its presidency in this bloc, given the opposition of some countries like the Czech Republic and Germany, reported the press in Madrid. Relations with the island have been governed since 1996 by the so-called common position, which the administration of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero wishes to change for a framework established on a dialogue by both parties, reported IPS.