Second U.S.-Cuba Regulatory Talks Begin in Washington

Estados Unidos y Cuba instalan hoy en Washington su segundo diálogo regulatorio en el Departamento de Comercio de EEUU. Foto: Ismael Francisco/ Cubadebate

The United States and Cuba began today in Washington their second regulatory talks, a mechanism to progress in commercial bonds with the executive measures of President Barack Obama aimed at modifying the blockade imposed on the island.

Prensa Latina reports from the U.S. capital that since the decision of the two governments in December, 2014, of beginning the process towards normalization of relations, Obama has announced packages of actions that make the siege more flexible, after recognizing the need to end it.

From complex web of laws and decisions that make up the blockade, Washington and Havana agreed to hold such meetings, which had in Havana in October their first version, in the context of the trip to Cuba of U.S. secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker.

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