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  • At embassy opening, Kerry says renewing relations will help Cuba move forward

    U.S. policy is not the anvil on which Cuba is formed," Secretary of State John Kerry told a crowd in Havana, Cuba on Friday as the United States reopened its embassy in the republic after over 50 years. Kerry defended the United States' renewed relations with Cuba while insisting that Castro and the Cuban government will need to improve their own nation. (Courtesy of the U.S. State Department)

U.S. policy is not the anvil on which Cuba is formed," Secretary of State John Kerry told a crowd in Havana, Cuba on Friday as the United States reopened its embassy in the republic after over 50 years. Kerry defended the United States' renewed relations with Cuba while insisting that Castro and the Cuban government will need to improve their own nation. (Courtesy of the U.S. State Department)
U.S. policy is not the anvil on which Cuba is formed," Secretary of State John Kerry told a crowd in Havana, Cuba on Friday as the United States reopened its embassy in the republic after over 50 years. Kerry defended the United States' renewed relations with Cuba while insisting that Castro and the Cuban government will need to improve their own nation. (Courtesy of the U.S. State Department)

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