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President Donald Trump speaks as he announces a revised Cuba policy aimed at stopping the flow of U. cash to the country's military and security services while maintaining diplomatic relations, Friday, June 16, 2017, in Miami.
Minnesotans hoping to travel to Cuba will most likely find it harder to do so following President Donald Trump's Friday announcement on policy changes. He also eliminated a longstanding tour requirement that required U. travelers to visit the island as part of an organized tour group led by American companies.
''In 5 or 10 years we are going to see an incredible ascension of Cubans in positions of power in Miami,'' said Antonio Gonzalez, a lawyer who was six years old when he arrived unescorted from Cuba and was sent to a Roman Catholic orphanage in Montana, where he lived three years before he was reunited with his parents.
Significant Changes Expected It is unclear just how much this transfer of power will change the Cuban community here and therefore alter Miami itself in outlook and style. A.,'' said Margaret Pulles, born 27 years ago in Miami Beach.
They prefer speaking English to Spanish, and they may even admit that they are bored by the unending preoccupation their parents' generation has with Fidel Castro.Local congressional leaders from both parties reacted to Trump's announcement by expressing disappointment and a promise to continue work to restore relations with Cuba. Emmer said Trump's administration is "returning to the failed policy of the past 55 years" and promised to "continue to advocate for human rights and religious freedoms, a more secure hemisphere, and new economic opportunities for American farmers and businesses by improving our relationship with Cuba, not retreating.""We will be on the right side of history and lift this failed embargo," Emmer said. Smith is planning to lead a delegation to Cuba next week to tour food-growing operations and meet with the country's agricultural and foreign ministries.In May, Klobuchar led a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers that introduced legislation to lift the Cuba trade embargo. companies to sell agricultural and medical products to Cuba, according to Prevost. While Trump's announcement won't eliminate those business deals, it could make the likelihood of new investments more difficult, he said.This is your best opportunity to chat with people from Cuba.Feel free to bookmark Chat Hour and forward our site to your friends.