MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Delegates with the U.S. and Cuba are meeting Thursday to take up a contentious topic – unsettled claims.READ MORE: Florida’s Surgeon General Asked To Leave Meeting At State Senator’s Office After Refusing To Wear Mask
In their third government-to-government meeting on the matter, delegates will talk about details and outstanding claims while in Havana, according to the State Department.READ MORE: Finding This Year’s Most Popular Toys May Be Challenging Because Of Supply Chain Issues
The claims are related to unsatisfied court judgments against Cuba and claims also held by the U.S. government.
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During their trip that lasts until Friday, U.S. delegates will also hold a meeting to coordinate efforts to fight and prevent human trafficking. This would be their fourth discussion on the matter.