Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the press Thursday during the opening of the press room that will be used for the visit of President Barack Obama.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the press Thursday during the opening of the press room that will be used for the visit of President Barack Obama. Ramon Espinosa AP
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the press Thursday during the opening of the press room that will be used for the visit of President Barack Obama. Ramon Espinosa AP

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