Communist Cuba might soon give its citizens the freedom to travel outside the island, without seeking the government’s permission, the AP reports.
The agency said that the President of Cuba’s National Assembly, Ricardo Alarcón, talked about migration reforms on Tuesday and said that “radical and profound” changes could come in a few weeks.
Dagoberto Rodriguez, Cuba’s vice minister for foreign affairs, also hinted at the relaxation of travel restrictions last Saturday, in a video conference held with Cuban exiles at the Swiss embassy in Washington.
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