Tuesday, May 15, 2007

OAS/Cuba dialogue?

OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza, in Rome, repeats his view on Cuba: he seeks to open a dialogue between Cuba and the OAS; it is “absurd” that there is no dialogue considering that 33 of the organization’s states “have normal relations with Cuba and only one does not;” to restore its membership, Cuba will need to sign the OAS democratic charter; and “transition in Cuba at some moment is going to exist, necessarily.”

English here.

There's no word in this article, or in Insulza's other statements, as to when, where, or how this dialogue is to occur.

1 comment:

leftside said...

Singling out the US like that will not win Insulza many friends in Washington. But it needed to be said. Wow.