Cuban embassy reopens

Cuban embassy reopens

As Cuban embassy in Washington, D.C., opens, ag groups urge Congress to pass bill fully reopening trade with Cuba.

THE Cuban embassy in Washington, D.C., officially reopened July 20, garnering praise from agricultural groups that see the re-establishment of trade relations with the island nation as laying the groundwork for increased trade.

Hundreds of people gathered to watch as Cuba's Ambassador Jose Ramon Cabanas and Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla presided over the flag-raising ceremony at the building that has served as a Cuban "interests section

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