Diaz-Canal was met at the airport by Kim, who joined him on the ride into the city past flower-waving and cheering crowds.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel both hoping to get out from under U.S. economic sanctions have agreed to expand and strengthen their strategic relations, North Korea's state media reported Monday.Over the weekend, Pyongyang used its official media to criticize the U.S. for its continued support of sanctions a political tool Washington has also used extensively on Cuba and Russia and hinted it may resume nuclear development if Washington doesn't change is tune.The U.S. economic embargo on Cuba, initially imposed in 1958 and subsequently expanded, has remained in place.Cuba in the past has flouted international sanctions imposed on North Korea over its nuclear weapons program.
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