HAVANA, Cuba (AP) — Former President Fidel Castro has ended his silence over the Dec. 17 declaration that Cuba and the United States would move to restore full diplomatic relations, writing that though he does not trust Washington's politics, differences between the nations should be resolved through cooperation.
Castro made the comments in a statement sent to a student federation and read Monday at the University of Havana.
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