US, Cuba to Talk on Renewed Postal Service

HAVANA TIMES – US Diplomats and Cuba resume talks on Tuesday and Wednesday in Washington, aimed at reopening direct mail service between the two countries, reported AP.

The diplomats will meet with representatives of the two postal services for technical talks aimed at ending the suspension in place since 1963, although active correspondence continued through third countries.

The resumption of talks does not mean a change in policy toward Cuba from the Obama administration, said the unidentified source, highlighting that they are consistent with the US interest to “promote the free flow of information to, from and within Cuba.”