Biden considers reauthorizing remittances and sending more diplomats to Cuba

In addition to remittances and diplomatic personnel, Biden also ordered his government to work with the private sector and Congress to make the internet "more accessible" in Cuba.

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."

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