José Ramón Cabañas, Cuban ambassador to the United States, left, speaks with the Tampa Bay Times Chairman and CEO Paul Tash during a meeting with the paper’s editorial board on May 12, 2017. It was one of the stops on the Cuban diplomat’s recent trip to the Tampa Bay area.
José Ramón Cabañas, Cuban ambassador to the United States, left, speaks with the Tampa Bay Times Chairman and CEO Paul Tash during a meeting with the paper’s editorial board on May 12, 2017. It was one of the stops on the Cuban diplomat’s recent trip to the Tampa Bay area. Chris Urso Tampa Bay Times
José Ramón Cabañas, Cuban ambassador to the United States, left, speaks with the Tampa Bay Times Chairman and CEO Paul Tash during a meeting with the paper’s editorial board on May 12, 2017. It was one of the stops on the Cuban diplomat’s recent trip to the Tampa Bay area. Chris Urso Tampa Bay Times

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