May 16, 2014
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
Cuba’s diplomatic mission in Washington has resumed all consular services, including the issuance of visas, clearing away a roadblock that had threatened to severely disrupt the summer high-travel season, according to Miami travel agents.
A mission announcement Monday said that it had resumed renewing Cuban passports but made no mention of other services such as the issuance of new passports or the entry visas required of all Cuban and Cuban-American visitors...
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