U.S., Cuba meet to resolve legal claims


The U.S. and Cuba are digging into the nitty-gritty of completing the process of normalizing relations started almost exactly a year ago after 50 years of estrangement.

On Tuesday, Cuban and American officials will meet in Havana to discuss various legal claims for the first time.

"These include claims of U.S. nationals that were certified by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, claims related to unsatisfied U.S. court judgments against Cuba and claims of the United States government," the State Department stated on Monday. "The government of Cuba has also raised claims against the United States related to the embargo.

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