Former President Jimmy Carter met with Cuban dissidents early Wednesday following two days of talks with President Raul Castro, other government officials and religious leaders on a trip he hopes will boost strained U.S.-Cuban relations.
Speculation about the three-day trip has focused on whether he will leave with imprisoned U.S. contractor Alan Gross, who was recently sentenced to 15 years in prison after being convicted of illegally importing communications equipment.
But as Carter's visit nears its end, there has been no sign of a resolution to that dispute between Washington and Havana.
President Jimmy Carter made the fight for "universal human rights" the bedrock of his foreign policy.
Former President Jimmy Carter, through his efforts at "normalization", allows himself to be used to legitimize dictators.
He continues to destroy his legacy.