Obama to meet with Raul Castro at United Nations
President Obama will meet with Cuban counterpart Raul Castro at the United Nations on Tuesday to discuss the new emerging relationship between the United States and Cuba.
In a schedule update released Sunday, the White House said that the president "will hold bilateral meetings with President Raul Castro of Cuba and President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan."
This will be the second face-to-face meeting between Obama and Castro since the U.S. and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in late 2014. The two also spoke by phone earlier this month, before the visit of Pope Francis to... read more
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