Normalizing Relations with the U.S. will Take Time, Says Josefina Vidal

Normalizing relations with the U.S. will take time, considered today in this capital Josefina Vidal, director general of the United States Department of the Cuban Foreign Ministry, who asserted that Cuba and the northern country are working to progress in this process.

The diplomat addressed participants in the International Colloquium Jose Marti: his vision of the United States of America, which wound up on Friday at the Center for Marti Studies (CEM), with the presence of researchers from Cuba, Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and South Korea.

She specified that the dispute with the northern nation, difficult and complex, dates back from before January 1st, 1959, due to the purposes of Washington of trying to impose its plans on Cuba, a policy that in her opinion has not changed, but has a different strategy.

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