What lies behind the changes in US policy towards Cuba and Venezuela

  • Gerardo Lizard
  • BBC News World

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After a long period of insistence on sanctions, stigma and extreme pressure, the United States began to loosen its policy toward its two major Latin American rivals, Cuba and Venezuela.

Washington announced separately this week that it would ease restrictions on travel and remittances to Cuba, as well as hold talks with a major U.S. oil company based in Venezuela.

Activities are defined and Are far from proposing the normalization of relationships Of the United States with the governments of both countries.

But the twist is clearly what the White House seeks to give Joe Biden the stern strategy devised by former President Donald Trump for those countries.

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