Cuba diplomat Josefina Vidal is shown speaking to reporters in Havana. She lead the Cuban delegation at the sixth meeting of the U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission in Washington. John Creamer, deputy assistant secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, headed the U.S. delegation.
Cuba diplomat Josefina Vidal is shown speaking to reporters in Havana. She lead the Cuban delegation at the sixth meeting of the U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission in Washington. John Creamer, deputy assistant secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, headed the U.S. delegation. Desmond Boylan AP
Cuba diplomat Josefina Vidal is shown speaking to reporters in Havana. She lead the Cuban delegation at the sixth meeting of the U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission in Washington. John Creamer, deputy assistant secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, headed the U.S. delegation. Desmond Boylan AP

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