What is it going to take to free Alan Gross, the U.S. subcontractor imprisoned in Cuba?
A: It should take some direct contact between the American government and the Cuban government. I don’t think it will happen soon unless there are some changes to be made. I always thought that agreement should be reached on the Miami Five, some have since been released. I think Mr. Gross’s situation is a humanitarian situation that must be dealt with. If it’s possible to open some kind of negotiation, it would not only be good for the people involved it would make a better climate in U.S.-Cuba relations, which are so important...
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