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Havana and White House will Keep Claims Talks
Cuba and the USA stressed they are willingn to continue on with bilateral dialogue on the expropriations of US properties in the Caribbean nation after 1959 and the damage inflicted on the Cuban people by the over-50-year US blockade.

During a Tuesday bilateral meeting on the issue, the two sides exchanged information on pending mutual compensations related to the issues, according to the Cuban Foreign Ministry.

During the meeting, which ran in a respectful and professional environment, Cuba presented the background of its claims, particularly the demand by the Cuban people for human and economic damage already acknowledged by the country's courts.

The two sides agreed to continue holding meetings on the issue, the Cuban Foreign Ministry said.

The Cuban delegation was headed by deputy foreign minister Abelardo Moreno and the US delegation was headed by Mary McLeod, deputy legal advisor of the US State Department. / ACN.

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