Havana, September 29 (RHC-EFE)-- Cuba termed as 'hasty' Washington's decision to pull out most of it diplomatic staff at the embassy in Havana and limiting the issuance of visas for Cubans to travel to the U.S., in the wake of alleged 'sonic attacks' against U.S. diplomats and their families on the island.
Josefina Vidal, Director for the United States at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs told reporters in Havana Friday that the latest U.S. decision will definitely affect bilateral relations. She reasserted, though, Cuba's willingness to continue cooperating actively with U.S. authorities.
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