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Migration Talks Between Cuba and the U.S. Resume Despite Tensions

ISSN:1089-1560
LADB Article ID: 79048
Category/Department: Cuba
Date: 2013-08-08
By: Daniel Vázquez

The US and Cuba returned to talks in Washington to assess the progress of their immigration agreements after two years of cooling bilateral relations caused by the imprisonment of subcontractor Alan Gross, and they now face new concerns motivated by the latest scandal involving weapons covertly sent from the island to North Korea. The discovery of military equipment in the North Korean vessel Chong Chon Gang on July 15 as it was passing through the Panama Canal seemed to compromise the rapprochement between the two countries, which systematically evaluate the immigration agreements signed during the administration of President Bill Clinton.

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