MAE hails resuming of U.S.-Cuban diplomatic relations

The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs  (MAE) hails the announcement made by the United States of America and the Republic of Cuba on resuming the diplomatic relations between the two countries, after more than 50 years since they ceased, informs a Ministry release remitted to Agerpres on Thursday.

MAE voices the hope that the complete normality of the US-Cuban relations will be reached at the shortest, the cited document also mentions.

According to MAE, over the recent years Romania has taken steps in the direction of making more dynamic its relations with the Republic of Cuba and has actively participated in promoting the negotiation opening for singing an agreement of political dialogue and cooperation between the European Union and the Republic of Cuba.

The US and Cuban Presidents, Barack Obama and Raul Castro, on Wednesday announced the resumption of the diplomatic relations between their countries that ceased more than 50 years ago, the international news agencies report.


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