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Op-Ed: US-Cuba relations must continue to move forward

By Joseph E. Aoun and Rep. James P. McGovern

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Boston Globe, June 17, 2017 | comments
We were deeply disappointed by President Trump’s announcement Friday to roll back many of the reforms initiated by the previous administration toward Cuba, and to freeze any further progress on others. Having witnessed firsthand what the possibility that forging closer ties can mean for our economy and society, we believe it is not in the interest of the United States, the American people, the Cuban people or the hemisphere to reverse the enormous progress made over the last two years.

We recently returned from a joint trip to Havana, where we met with officials of the Cuban government, university administrators, and leading scientific researchers. In every case, we found the principals on both sides encouraged by the progress made and excited about the opportunities for further collaboration.

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