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September 18, 2020

Cuba mulls easing int’l travel restrictions

Cuba said on Monday that it is considering making it easier for its citizens to travel abroad as tourists after the island nation adopted a series of guidelines at the 6th Communist Party Congress last month, Xinhua reports. Currently, Cubans have to apply for a travel permit, the “white card,” which costs about 130 U.S. dollars. A visa issued by the country they plan to visit is also needed before they can obtain a travel permit.

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