The United States may again include Cuba on its list of state sponsors of terrorism – Reuters

The U.S. is considering the question of the return of Cuba to the list of state sponsors of terrorism. On 14 may, the Agency Reuters said a senior representative of the presidential administration of the USA of Donald trump.

The interviewee noted that it is the role of Havana in support of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and providing shelter to members of the Colombian rebel group ELN.

He called the likelihood of re-chargeability Cuba sponsors terrorism is very high. The source believes that this may occur before the end of this year.

Tensions between the U.S. and Cuba has been established since 1961, when Washington actively supported Cuban exiles attempting to overthrow Fidel Castro.

Only in late 2014 – early 2015 when US President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro countries agreed to restore diplomatic relations. At the same time the U.S. Congress at the request of Obama has excluded Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

In June 2017 the new US President, Donald trump declared that cancels the unilateral steps undertaken by the previous administration SPO the normalization of relations with Cuba. From 9 November 2017 USA strengthen the sanctions against Cuba. The Ministry of Finance of the USA forbade the citizens, under the jurisdiction of the United States, to conduct financial transactions with entities that are controlled or acting on behalf of the Cuban army, intelligence and security services.

Once the restrictive measures of the USA against Cuba came into effect on 5 June 2019.

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