Cuba's foreign ministry held a conference this week with more than 450 Cubans who live abroad. I haven’t seen reporting on the exchanges at the conference – from reports so far it looks like officials delivering their message to a supportive audience – but some news has come out of it.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that 296,000 Cuban émigrés visited
Rodriguez announced that a
He also mentione the case of Alan Gross, the USAID contractor detained by Cuba last month, noting that he remains under investigation (Reuters).
If anyone knows of substantive exchanges that took place on Cuban immigration policy or anything else, I’m all ears.