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agriculture , we're moving ahead with our efforts to help connect more Cubans , to the internet , the global economy Lushootseed made either other most recent measures adopted by his administration are positive but insufficient have the opportunity to discuss with the president all the steps that we think could be taken to remove restrictions an opinion for and make a significant contribution to ending the embargo the list of things that we can do administratively , is growing shorter , and , the bulk of changes that have to be made with respect to , %HESITATION the embargo , are now going to rely on Congress making changes , he'd been there are profound differences between our countries that will not go away , I made it clear that the United States will continue to speak up on behalf of democracy wearing the right of the Cuban people decide their own future , will speak out on behalf of universal human rights including freedom of speech and assembly and religion no one said we won't we find it inconceivable that our government doesn't defend and ensure the right to healthcare education social security equal pay and the rights of children