President of France, Francois Hollande, arrived in Cuba on late Sunday, being the first French President to visit the communist island in more than a century.
According to AFP, Hollande’s visit to Cuba aims to boost France’s economic ties with the community regime. France is seeking to “be the first among European nations, and the first among Western nations, to be able to say to the Cubans that we will be at their side if they decide themselves to take needed steps toward opening up,” Hollan...
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