HAVANA — Waving a Cuban cigar and speaking a bit of Spanish, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo became the first governor to visit Cuba since the Communist-run island and the United States agreed to restore normal relations.
Cuomo arrived in this capital city Monday for what he called the first stage of his "Global New York" strategy to expand state business opportunities around the world. His 24-hour tour will include meetings with Cuban government officials, a walking tour of Old Havana, a get-together with New York c...
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