John Kerry Responds to Raul Castro Handshake During Congressional Hearing

Secretary of state responds to the president's greeting to the Cuban leader at the Mandela memorial.
3:00 | 12/10/13

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Transcript for John Kerry Responds to Raul Castro Handshake During Congressional Hearing
And on the issue of of Cuba and US an issue of Cuba. -- -- element. Today. There's about honoring Nelson Mandela. And the presidents. International funeral with the leaders from all over the world. He didn't choose who's there that there are to honor Mandela. And we appreciate that people from all over the world and from all different beliefs and walks of life who appreciated Nelson Mandela. And or were friends of -- came to honor him. And I think as the president said -- -- read his feature if you didn't see here haven't read it as the president said in his speech today. Honoring Nelson Mandela he said we urge leaders. To honor Mandela's struggle for freedom. By upholding the basic human rights of their would you say -- Castro's upholding that basic human right -- Absolutely not means we. You know my position. On that.

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