Washington opposed to compensation

HAVANA TIMES, April 2 – The U.S. government asked a judge to reject the lawsuit presented by Cuban-American Ana Margarita Martínez while waiting for a compensation of 27.1 million dollars that would affect eight charter flight companies that fly to Cuba.  “The direct flights they offer are vital to maintain contacts that are of national interest,” affirmed Ricardo Zúñiga, director of the Department of State’s office for Cuban affairs, reported IPS.