Cuba has criticised the American administration’s decision to “backtrack on policy changes”: http://www.euronews.com/2017/06/16/trump-rolls-back-on-obamas-closer-relations-with-cuba negotiated by former US President Barack Obama.
However, the island nation says it will continue to cooperate with its northern neighbour.
A statement on Cuban national television said:
“The Cuban government denounces the new measures which prolong the blockade. They are destined to fail as has been repeatedly demonstrated in the past. They will not manage to weaken the Revolution, nor defeat the Cuban people.”
US President Donald Trump’s announcement that certain travel and trade constraints would be reinstated has angered some and prompted protests. One man questioned his motives: