At no time have we spoken about repealing the Common Position. What we've discussed is giving the [European] Commission a mandate so that it can explore an association agreement with Cuba -- an association agreement that must have the respect for human rights as its central element. In the meantime, the Common Position will continue to remain in effect as it has been.-- Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Spain's Foreign Minister, clarifying recent media reports that the European Union sought to repeal its Common Position toward Cuba, EFE, 1/20/14
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