As part of the Engage Cuba coalition, last week ASTA participated in a meeting bringing together U.S. business groups and Carlos Cossio, the new Director General of the U.S. Department at Cuba's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Jose Cabanas, Cuban Ambassador to the U.S., to discuss U.S. travel to and trade with Cuba. Travel to Cuba has suffered in recent months due to the perception of dramatic U.S. regulatory changes (which were in fact quite modest), a State Department travel warning and other factors, but it remains a viable and vibrant destination. We'll be discussing the new lay of the land at an August August 22 education session during the ASTA Global Convention or a refresher on what the Trump Administration did and didn't change on Cuba travel rules, take a look at our November 2017 member news item below.
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