President Barack Obama Acknowledges Cuba's Advances in Health Care and Education

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Visiting U.S. President Barack Obama has acknowledged Cuba's advances in sectors like health care and education.

In statements to Cuban and foreign press during a joint press conference at the Palace of the Revolution, President Obama said that his country acknowledges Cuba's achievements as a country. The visiting U.S. head of state said he fully recognizes Cuba as a sovereign country.

Regarding his nearly two-hour closed-door meeting with President Raúl Castro, Obama said they held a frank, open dialogue on several issues, including the differences between the two governments, as well as the fields where the two countries can work together.

Edited by Lena Valverde Jordi

 

Last modified onTuesday, 22 March 2016 09:40

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