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Cuba editorial criticizes U.S. government ahead of Obama visit


PLEASE STAY UP-TO-DATE ONLINE AND ALSO AT LOCAL10.COM. TO THE LATEST ON HISTORIC CHANGE IN THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA. CUBAN GOVERNMENT UNLEASHING A WAR OF WORDS AHEAD OF PRESIDENT OBAMA’S VISIT. JEFF WEINSIER IS IN THE NEWSROOM WITH THIS ONE. Reporter: ACCORDING TO REUTERS THE CUBAN GOVERNMENT CAME OUT FIRING IN AN EDITORIAL POSTED IN THE GOVERNMENT-RUN NEWSPAPER. IN THE EDITORIAL CUBA DEMANDED WASHINGTON STOP MEDDLING IN ITS AFFAIRS OF THE EDITORIAL SAYS CUBA WILL WELCOME PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO HAVANA LATER THIS MONTH BUT CUBA DOES NOT INTEND TO CHANGE ITS POLICIES IN EXCHANGE FOR NORMAL RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES. PRESIDENT OBAMA, OF COURSE, SET TO VISIT HAVANA ON MARCH 20. THE EDITORIAL POSTED THIS MORNING MADE IT CLEAR THAT CUBA HAS A LONG LIST OF GRIEVANCES WITH THE UNITED STATES STARTING WITH THE LONG-STANDING TRADE EMBARGO. CUBA ALSO OBJECTED TO AMERICAN SUPPORT FOR ITS POLICE CAL DISACCIDENTS STAYING UNITED STATES SHOULD EXCLUDE FAB RATING THOSE PAID FOR U.S. FOX PAIRS. THERE WILL BE A TEAM OF REPORTERS FOR THE VISIT LED BY ANCHOR CALVIN HUGHES. LOOK NOR TEAM COVERAGE LATER

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