Perform the second round of talks Cuba-US. Washington
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Talks between Cuba and the United States to restore diplomatic relations strengthen the provisions of the Proclamation of Latin America as a Zone of Peace, decided by the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
Havana and Washington held the second round of negotiations aimed at ending the severed their diplomatic ties determined by the country from north in 1961, prior to the implementation of economic, commercial and financial blockade that has surpassed five decades.
The beginning of the new environment was marked by the presidents of Cuba, Raul Castro, and Barack Obama, when last December 17 announced the decision of both parties to initiate a process towards the resumption of diplomatic ties and subsequent normalization.
In this regard, the Cuban president said a month ago at the Third Summit of CELAC held in Costa Rica, that the restoration of these relations "implies mutual adopt measures to improve the climate between the two countries resolve other outstanding problems and advance cooperation ".