26 Feb 2015
(Reuters) - Cuba would agree to restore diplomatic relations with the United States in time for the April Summit of the Americas if Washington quickly and convincingly removes the Caribbean country from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, a senior Cuban official said on Wednesday.
A senior Cuban official put the onus on Washington to first strike Cuba from the terrorism list.
"It depends on what the United States does. It does not depend on Cuba," Gustavo Machin, deputy director of U.S. affairs for the Cuban foreign ministry, told reporters on Wednesday. "It depends on whether we are really taken off the list of terrorist countries."
JG: At the risk of sounding again like a broken record, I will say it one more time: BARACK OBAMA AND JOHN KERRY AND HIS GANG ARE NOT WORTHY OF TRUST. They are professional liars.