The administration’s latest travel restrictions to Cuba are another setback,’ wrote the legislator from Minesota on Twitter, a promoter of rapprochement between the two nations.
Klobuchar, who in recent statements to Prensa Latina reiterated her support for the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of almost 60 years that the United States maintains today against Cuba, recalled in the social network that he is leading a bipartisan bill to end this siege.
Isolating Cuba for more than five decades has not secured our interests. We need to advance our relationship, not go backwards,’ he remarked.
The candidate for the White House, along with her colleagues in the Upper House Patrick Leahy (Democrat) and Mike Enzi (Republican), presented last February the bill on Freedom of Export to Cuba, aimed at lifting the blockade.