RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The U.S. government on Monday announced it is considering reauthorizing remittances to Cuba as well as the transfer of more diplomatic officials to the island, reversing two ex-president Donald Trump's measures.
President Biden decided to explore these measures following July 11 protests in Cuba, the largest in several decades, as reported by a U.S. official.
The package of measures includes the setting up of a "working group on remittances" intended to "identify the most effective way" for the money to "directly reach the hands of the Cuban people."
In November last year . . .