Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Calling on the Summit of the Americas apologizing to Cuba. Hillary leaves the reunion upset.





أمريكا الشمالية وأمريكا اللاتينية منقسمة في قمة هندوراس من مشكلة في كوبا. هيلاري كلينتون يغادر القمة ، والذهاب إلى مصر.

“There is no consensus, and there is no agreement to take any action,” Mrs. Clinton said to reporters just before leaving Honduras to fly to Cairo for President Obama’s speech to the Islamic world on Thursday.(...)




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Clinton Faces Pressure Over Cuba Policy




At Meeting, Latin American Countries Push Hard to Readmit Island to OASBy Mary Beth SheridanWashington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, June 3, 2009
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras, June 2 -- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was confronted Tuesday with a barrage of criticism about U.S. policy toward Cuba, as Latin American countries pressed to readmit the island nation to the Organization of American States after a 47-year ban.
The diplomatic tug of war underscored how U.S. isolation of Cuba, long a hot-button topic in the United States, has emerged as a barrier in the Obama administration's outreach efforts.
Every nation in the hemisphere but one -- the United States -- has reestablished full diplomatic relations with the island's communist government, and most members of the OAS, the main forum for political cooperation in the hemisphere, want to readmit Cuba.







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