Cuba's opinion of Trump's move is simply negative.
Donald Trump had promised during the 2016 campaign for president, to reverse Obama's decision to develop closer ties with Cuba and did just that by declaring an immediate cancellation of Obama's Cuba policies. "I see more that, the president is focusing on helping the Cuban families because that is what the real necessities of Cuba are. and I fully support the Cuba- US relationship", said Perez-Viart.
One of biggest changes the president announced was what he called a "ban on tourism", but Department of the Treasury documents say the restrictions refer to "individual people-to-people" travel from the U.S.to Cuba, which basically means that a visitor can go on his or her own to the island for "educational travel" that is not tied to a university or academic degree program or group.
The action stirred objections from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the country's largest business lobbying organization, which has otherwise backed much of Trump's agenda.
Nevertheless, his policies reflect the view that the long-standing project of destabilizing Venezuela may soon bear fruit, which would include undermining its ability to subsidize the Cuban economy through its supply of cheap oil.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez made the comment during a speech in Vienna on a visit aimed at strengthening relations between Cuba and Austria.
Trump talks "about business interests, making America great again", he told NBC News. Furthermore, the place in Cuba where human rights aren't respected is precisely the area which is illegally occupied by them at the naval base in Guantanamo, where prisoners are tortured and are held captive without trial, indefinitely, which is completely illegal and inhumane.
I have trust in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to Cuba, said Jorge Saurez, 66, a retired physician in Little Havana. "And President Trump proposes to harden it".
However, Trump's criticism of the Cuban government for human rights abuses and the lack of multi-party elections made it clear that the thawing relations between the United States and Cuba had stopped.
At length, Rodriguez also criticized alleged US human rights abuses. Long term sanctions, like the Cuban embargo, are not likely to create policy changes in sanctioned nations. On the stage of failed governments, limited human rights and manipulated currency, Cuba's diplomatic buddies are stars. This is the highest monthly average of detentions in the past six years, it added. He predicts, though, that Trump's approach won't last.
"The previous administration was right to reject a policy that hurt ordinary Cubans and did nothing to advance human rights", Daniel Wilkinson, managing director for the Americas at the organization, said in a statement.
On June 16, 2017, US President Donald Trump delivered a speech full of hostile anti-Cuban rhetoric reminiscent of the times of open confrontation with our country in a Miami theater.
"As a result, smarTours and other tour operators alike will be able to continue to take Americans to visit Cuba legally until further notice".
With regard to the first point, the Cuban government has already repeated its willingness to enter a dialogue, as equals, about the respect for human rights in both countries, because the greatest violation of the Cuban people's human rights is the trade, economic and financial embargo which the United States government has imposed on Cuba.