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The US evaluates expanding its embassy staff in Cuba and allowing remittances

The United States is considering increasing its embassy staff in Cuba and reviewing the island’s remittance policy as a way to support the Cuban people in their “legitimate aspirations” for democracy, a Joe Biden government spokesman said Tuesday.

“We are reviewing our plans to increase the staffing of our embassy in Havana to facilitate consular activities,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said at a press conference.

And he pointed out: “We will form a remittances working group to identify the most effective ways to get remittances directly into the hands of the Cuban people.”

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