(C) Reuters. President Biden holds an event on International Women’s Day at the White House in Washington
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A policy shift on Cuba is not among President Joe Biden’s top priorities but a review of former-President Donald Trump’s decision to designate Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism is a subject of ongoing review, the White House said on Tuesday.
“A Cuba policy shift is currently not among President Biden’s priorities but we are committed to making human rights a core pillar of our U.S. policy and we are carefully reviewing policy decisions made in the prior administration including the decision to designate Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism,” White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters.
White House says administration committed to reviewing Trump policy decisions on Cuba
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