Cubandissidents have criticised
The dealscame on the second day of a visit by Miguel Angel Moratinos, Spain's foreignminister, whose government has led efforts to revive EU-Cuban relations hurt byHavana's jailing of 75 dissidents four years ago.
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MartaBeatriz Roque, leader of the illegal Assembly for the Promotion of CivilSociety, said: "I do not believe at all in the deal, or in the good willof the Spanish government."
VladimiroRoca, a former political prisoner, said: "We will have to wait forthe results."
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FelipePerez Roque, the Cuban foreign minister, said the talks had not touched on thesubject of Cuban political prisoners.
"Thisis not a matter we discuss with other countries," he said, and hesaid that Moratinos had not brought it up.
Perez Roqueagreed to talks with
"Wecannot talk with anyone imposing sanctions on us," he said.
Hisconservative predecessor, Jose Maria Aznar, had adopted a policy of isolating
OnTuesday, Moratinos also met Raul Castro,
TheEuropean Union imposed political and diplomatic sanctions on
Sixteenhave since been released due to poor health.
The EUmust decide in June whether to extend the sanctions.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 20 Eylül 2018, 18:16