Students of Havana University pay back tribute to Cuba’s overdue President Fidel Castro as they mar to Revolution Rectangle in Havana, Cuba, November Twenty-eight, 2016. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The death associated with Cuba’s Fidel Castro is unlikely to be able to slow down U.Ersus. efforts to stabilize relations with its Freezing War enemy, the particular White House explained on Monday, linking to the economic impression of the diplomatic thaw previously underway such as commercially made flights and other rising ties.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest told correspondents at a daily briefing upon Monday than virtually any move to unwind the particular normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba within the last few two years “would deal a significant economic blow” that will Cuban citizens.
(Reporting through Ayesha Rascoe; Writing by Ann Heavey; Editing by Frank Reese)