U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro meet at the United Nations  General Assembly in New York

Cuba issues bristling editorial ahead of Obama visit

U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro meet at the United Nations General Assembly in New YorkBy Marc Frank HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuba said it would welcome President Barack Obama to Havana later this month, but the Communist government had no intention of changing its policies in exchange for normal relations with the United States. In a long editorial on Wednesday in Communist Party newspaper Granma and other official media, Cuba demanded Washington cease meddling in its internal affairs and said Obama could do more to change U.S. policy. The March 20-22 visit from Obama comes 15 months after he and Cuban President Raul Castro agreed to end more than five decades of Cold War-era animosity and try to normalize relations.

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