Cuba suspended from OAS

On January 22, 1962, the Organization of American States (OAS) suspended Cuba from the group, following a communist revolution in the island nation. The OAS voted to reinstate Cuba on June 3, 2009, but the Cuban government rejected the offer almost immediately.


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