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U.S. State Department meets with head Cuban spy in Washington D.C.

He is euphemistically referred to as the head of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington D.C., but everyone knows that Jose Cabañas is actually the head spy for the Cuban dictatorship here in the U.S. Nevertheless, the Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere Roberta Jacobson welcomed the new chief of Cuba's spy network here in the U.S.  into the halls of the State Department.

Via Martí Noticias (my translation):

Assistant Secretary of State meets with head of Cuban Interests Section

http://gdb.martinoticias.org/35E5DA47-54B4-47D5-B948-694A54F0CCC4_w268_r1.jpgAssistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, Roberta Jacobson, met this Wednesday with Jose Cabañas, the head of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington D.C., according to the State Department.

Cabañas arrived in Washington back in November and according to an anonymous source, this encounter was his formal presentation.

The meeting was announced in the daily calendar. According to this source, Cabañas has already met in the past with lower ranking State Department officials to discuss topics of mutual interest.

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