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Cuba’s Castro regime blinks, ends extortion scam and restores consular services at D.C. Interests Section

The scam by the terrorist supporting regime of the Castro brothers in Cuba to extort the U.S. into removing them from the State Department list of State Sponsors of Terrorism apparently came to an end this morning.

Via Café Fuerte (my translation):

Cuba reestablishes consular services for trips from the U.S.

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Cuban authorities in Washington announced that consular services to travel from the United States to Cuba will resume for at lease the next two months.

The Cuban government announced this Monday that it will immediately reestablish consular services on a temporary basis until February 17. This will allow thousands of individuals to process their documents so they can travel to the island during this holiday season and year end festivities.

The decision was released in an official announcement from the Cuban Interests Section in the United States and will become effective this Monday.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

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