17 December 2015
Cuba will not “negotiate matters that are inherent to its internal system in exchange for an improvement of relations with the United States,” Josefina Vidal, director of U.S. affairs in the Cuban foreign ministry, said Wednesday.
U.S. President Barack Obama was welcomed to visit Cuba, so long as he does not interfere in the internal affairs of the country.
"The day that the president of the United States decides to visit Cuba, he will be welcome," Reuters reported Josefina Vidal, director of U.S. affairs in the Cuban foreign ministry, as telling reporters.
"Regarding what I just said, I'd like to recall that Cuba has always said ... it is not going to negotiate matters that are inherent to its internal system in exchange for an improvement in or the normalization of relations with the United States," Vidal added.
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JG: Very well said. Barack Obama forgets that the USA no longer runs the Republic of Cuba with the pliant puppet it imposed during the period 1952-1958.
Cuba would be selling out its national sovereignty if it allowed Barack Obama to come to the island with the specific purpose of having chats with the mercenaries that it employs inside the island.
Let Barack Obama stay in Washington, D.C.