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Russia's Medvedev Slams US for Cuba Embargo During Havana Trip

WorldNews Friday, 4 October 2019
Russia's Medvedev Slams US for Cuba Embargo During Havana TripRussian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev lambasted the Trump administration on Thursday for trying to create a "toxic atmosphere" around Cuba, during a two-day trip to the island demonstrating Russia's support for its Communist government. The former Soviet Union was Cuba's main backer for decades and Moscow has sought to renew its commercial, military and political ties with the island in recent years. The effort is part of Russia's broader strategy to expand its presence in Latin America as a counterweight to China and the United States. While Russia's support for Cuba is insignificant compared to the role the Soviet Union once played, it is still welcome as the island's economy is suffering...
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