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CUBA CRITICIZES CANADA'S DECISION TO REDUCE EMBASSY STAFFING AFTER ANOTHER DIPLOMAT FALLS MYSTERIOUSLY ILL

Jan 31, 2019 - The Globe and Mail (Canada)

OTTAWA The Cuban government is criticizing Canada's decision on Wednesday to halve its embassy staff after a 14th Canadian fell ill to an unexplained illness in Havana.

Josefina Vidal, Cuba's ambassador to Canada, says reducing embassy staff in Havana will do nothing to help find the cause of a mysterious ailment that has affected Canadian and U.S. diplomats.

Canada and Cuba have been co-operating to find the cause to the mysterious set of circumstances, but the Americans have critic...