Cuba's Director General of U.S. Affairs Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, center, waits to give a statement to the press as Cuban Interior Ministry investigating officer Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Hernandez Caballero arrives in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, March 14, 2019. Cuban officials made a lengthy presentation on a series of mysterious illnesses suffered by U.S. and Canadian diplomats in Havana, reiterating that no evidence supports allegations that the symptoms resulted from high-tech attacks.
Cuba's Director General of U.S. Affairs Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, center, waits to give a statement to the press as Cuban Interior Ministry investigating officer Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Hernandez Caballero arrives in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, March 14, 2019. Cuban officials made a lengthy presentation on a series of mysterious illnesses suffered by U.S. and Canadian diplomats in Havana, reiterating that no evidence supports allegations that the symptoms resulted from high-tech attacks. Ramon Espinosa AP Photo
Cuba's Director General of U.S. Affairs Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, center, waits to give a statement to the press as Cuban Interior Ministry investigating officer Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Hernandez Caballero arrives in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, March 14, 2019. Cuban officials made a lengthy presentation on a series of mysterious illnesses suffered by U.S. and Canadian diplomats in Havana, reiterating that no evidence supports allegations that the symptoms resulted from high-tech attacks. Ramon Espinosa AP Photo