Trump has threatened to terminate the previous agreement with Cuba

The US President-elect Donald trump has threatened to cancel a “deal” with Cuba, if the United States fails to achieve better agreement. About this he wrote on Twitter.

“If Cuba is not trying to get a better deal for the Cuban people and the American people in General, I will cancel [this] deal,” wrote trump.

That trump is going to demand renegotiation of the deal, November 27, said the chief of staff to the elected President Raines Priebus in an interview to Fox.

“The President-elect trump has made it pretty clear,” said Priebus. “We need to get a better deal”. According to him, Havana will have to open markets, ensure freedom of religion and to put an end to other violations of human rights.

This promise is elected President reaffirms his commitment to the statements that he made during the election campaign, promising to renegotiate the terms of the resumption of relations between the U.S. and Cuba reached Barack Obama, said Reuters.

During the election campaign, trump supported a single candidate from the Republican party U.S. Senator from Kentucky Rand Paul, has publicly supported the normalization of U.S. relations with Cuba. In his interview with The Daily Caller, responding to a question about what he thinks about the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba trump said that 50 years of economic embargo against Cuba “enough.”

“I think this [resumption of relations with Cuba] — well, but we need to conclude a more favorable agreement,” said trump.

In July 2015, the United States and Cuba, after talks between the two leaders, Barack Obama and Raul Castro have restored diplomatic relations, severed in 1961. At the opening of the American Embassy in Havana on 20 July was attended by U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry. In March 2016 Barack Obama flew to Cuba with the historic visit.

On the death of Fidel Castro at the age of 90 years, it became known on Saturday, November 26. The funeral will be held December 4, at the cemetery Santa Ifigenia in Santiago de Cuba. To this day Cuba declared national mourning.