The US secretary of State, John Kerry said that the blockade on Cuba should be eliminated because it will help the people of the Caribbean Island.
In dialogue with TVN of Chile the diplomat, who is here to attend the 2nd International Conference on Our Ocean, highlighted that Cuba has experiences advances going in the right track.
Shortly before the opening of the event in Vina del Mar and Valparaiso, the TVN space of 24 hours spread the interview in which Kerry was asked about the links with Havana and his future.
‘In my view I think that the embargo should be eliminated because doing it will help the Cuban people and that is what we should; do as policy’, he commented.
He noted that the complete normalization of relations between Cuba and United States will depend, in a large extend, to the decisions of the Raul Castro Government and the US Congress.
Among other international issues, Kerry pointed out that he has no stance in regard to the sea dispute between Bolivia and Chile, which is being resolve at this moment at the Hague, although he wanted a convenient solution for both.