Cuban president will only speak to Trump if treated as equal
Miguel Diaz-Canel said in an interview broadcast on Sunday (16) that he will not accept imposition or concessions from the US president.
'We do not accept impositions' said Diaz-CanelReuters / Alejandro Ernesto / 11.3.2018Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in the first interview since taking office in April that his government cannot talk to US President Donald Trump as long as the US government maintains an "abnormal" attitude in Cuba. relation to the communist island."We want to talk, but it has to be as equals," Díaz-Canel said in a comprehensive interview with the Venezuelan television network Telesur broadcast on Sunday night (16), echoing his predecessor and mentor Raúl Castro."We do not accept impositions and we are not willing to compromise," he said.See tooCuba without Castros must have political openness, but without major disruptionsUS expels two Cuban embassy diplomats in HavanaFollow the international news of portal R7Cuba-US relations have deteriorated rapidly since Trump took office and began to partially repeal the historic rapprochement measures adopted by his predecessor, Barack Obam...
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