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The Diaz-Balarts tour Prague, Budapest, Poland, talk Cuba

Radio Free Europe interviews three Cuban American legislators visiting Central Europe "to meet former dissidents and thank them for supporting the anti-communist opposition movement in Cuba."

"Across the political spectrum in these countries that suffered communism directly and personally, across the political spectrum and with very few exceptions, there is a realization that it is important to continue pressing for freedom and assisting the opposition in countries where freedom does not yet exist," Lincoln Diaz-Balart told the interviewer.

The Miami Republican was accompanied by his brother, Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami and the U.S.'s newest Cuban American legislator, Rep. Albio Sires, a New Jersey Democrat.