Obama says U.S., Cuba continue to have differences

U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at naturalization ceremony at the National Archives Museum in Washington December 15, 2015.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria
U.S. President Barack Obama grants remarks at naturalization ceremony at the National Archives Museum in Washington December 15, 2015.

Reuters/Carlos Barria


President Barack Obama on Thursday said the us and Cuba proceed to have variations, however that normalizing diplomatic family members between the two countries has promoted the free drift of data in Cuba.

On the anniversary of his announcement to reopen family members between the two countries, which had been closed for greater than 50 years, Obama referred to as on the U.S. Congress to raise an embargo on Cuba.

“Congress can improve a better lifestyles for the Cuban folks through lifting an embargo that could be a legacy of a failed coverage,” he stated in a statement launched through the White House.

(Reporting by way of Jeff Mason and Julia Edwards; Enhancing via Susan Heavey)

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