Cuba, and in particular its former President, Fidel Castro, is already a player at the upcoming Vth Summit of the Americas. That much is evident from information coming out of Havana, Moscow, Santiago de Chile and La Paz in the past 48 hours.
On Friday 3 April, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega met with Fidel Castro and handed him a copy of the proposed Declaration of Port of Spain, which will be sent for adoption by the leaders of the 34 countries attending the Summit…
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Obama in the Americas Summit Atilio Boron (Spanish)