Craig Kelly YouTube video
Craig Kelly, a senior State Department official now in Cuba for another round of migration talks, told an interviewer in 2008 that says it's up to Cubans to decide their future, but they can't do that unless they have freedom.
As his argument goes, Cubans won't be free as long as the Castro brothers are in power. And the U.S. government has a duty to help them achieve that freedom.
The State Department announced Kelly's trip on Wednesday:
...U.S. and Cuban representatives will meet in Havana to discuss implementation of the U.S.-Cuba Migration Accords. The discussions will focus on how best to promote safe, legal, and orderly migration between Cuba and the United States. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Craig Kelly will lead the U.S. delegation, which includes representatives of the agencies involved in managing migration issues.The talks evidently begin on Friday. AFP reported that Kelly already left for Havana.
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