The United States has declared that it will restore the United States. Commercial flights from Havana and will increase consular services and visa processing for Cuban citizens, as well as remittance transactions, a measure that reverses some of the more than 240 sanctions imposed during the Trump Administration.
“The announcements in no way alter the blockade or the main measures of the economic siege taken by (former US President Donald) Trump, such as lists of organizations subject to additional enforcement measures“Nor does it lift travel bans for Americans,” the Cuban Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
It also stated that “Does not reverse Cuba’s arbitrary and fraudulent inclusion in the State Department’s list of countries alleged to sponsor terrorism”. “But this is a limited step in the right direction, a response to the condemnation of the Cuban people and government,” he said.
In this way, Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs He noted that these measures responded to calls made by “the American community and Cuban residents” in the United States, as well as “nearly all United Nations member states expressed by overwhelming votes against the blockade.”
“The Cuban Government reiterates its willingness. To initiate a respectful and equal dialogue with the United States Government, “On the basis of the Charter of the United Nations, without interference in internal affairs and with full respect for independence and sovereignty,” he said.
Specifically, the measures include regulatory changes to restore the situation. group travel and other educational travel categories, as well as those related to professional meetings and research.
Also Biden Management aims to increase support for independent Cuban entrepreneurs. “We will promote business opportunities outside the government sector by allowing access to extended cloud technology, application programming interfaces, and e-commerce platforms,” the State Department said in a memo. Said.
“Allow remittances to flow more freely to the Cuban people without enriching those who commit human rights abuses. In particular, we will remove the current quarterly limit of $1,000 on family remittances,” the State Department said in this memo.
Despite this, the US has made this clear. “They will not remove assets from the Cuban Restricted List”, as its purpose is to “guarantee a more free flow of remittances to the Cuban people, without enriching those who violate human rights.”
“With these actions supporting aspirations for freedom and greater economic opportunity Ned Price, spokesperson for the US Department of State, said that they enable Cubans to lead successful lives in their homes.
“We continue to ask the Cuban government to immediately release the weapons. political prisoners, This is what respects the fundamental freedoms of the Cuban people and allows the Cuban people to determine their own future,” he said.