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Direct-mail talks set with Cuba

September 02, 2009|Times Wire Reports

The United States and Cuba will start talks this month on resuming direct mail service for the first time since it was suspended in 1963, U.S. officials said.

The negotiations, set for Sept. 17, will follow the resumption in July of talks on the legal immigration of Cubans to the U.S., according to the officials. Last spring, President Obama eased travel and financial restrictions on Americans with family members in Cuba.

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