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Cuba-US Relations / Embargo / Senators' Visit #635392

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 16, 2000
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Joe Johns) Trip by United States Congressmen to Cuba to investigate lifting sanctions on agricultural products featured; scenes shown from Havana; details given of the growing willingness to scale back the trade embargo. [Senator Max BAUCUS - says Cuba and the United States should have normal relations.] [Senator Pat ROBERTS - talks about economic reforms in Cuba.] [Representative Lincoln DIAZ-BALART - wonders when Cuban leader Fidel Castro will change his politics.] [Majority leader Senator Trent LOTT - opposes reopening trade relations with Cuba.]

Johns, Joe;
Seigenthaler, John

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