§ 515.567 Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and
(a) General license for amateur and semi-professional international sports federation
competitions. The travel-related transactions set forth in § 515.560(c) and such other
transactions as are directly incident to participation in athletic competitions in Cuba by amateur
or semi-professional athletes or athletic teams, or organization of such competitions, are
authorized, provided that:
(b) General license for public performances, clinics, workshops, other athletic or non-
athletic competitions, and exhibitions. The travel-related transactions set forth in § 515.560(c)
and such other transactions as are directly incident to participation in or organization of a public performance, clinic, workshop, athletic competition not covered by paragraph (a) of this section,
non-athletic competition, or exhibition in Cuba by participants in or organizers of such activities
are authorized, provided that the event is open for attendance, and in relevant situations
participation, by the Cuban public.
Example 1 to § 515.567(a) and (b): An amateur baseball team wishes to travel to Cuba to
compete against a Cuban team in a baseball game in Cuba. The game will not be held under the
auspices of the international sports federation for baseball. The baseball team's activities
therefore would not qualify for the general license in paragraph (a). The game will, however, be
open to the Cuban public. The baseball team's activities would qualify for the general license in
Example 2 to § 515.567(a) and (b): A U.S. concert promoter wishes to organize a
musical event in Cuba that would be open to the public and feature U.S. musical groups. The
organizing of the musical event in Cuba by the U.S. concert promoter and the participation by
U.S. musical groups in the event would qualify for the general license in paragraph (b).
Note 2 to § 515.567(a) and (b): Transactions incident to the organization of amateur and
semi-professional international sports federation competitions and public performances, clinics,
workshops, other athletic or non-athletic competitions, and exhibitions include marketing related
to such events in Cuba.
§ 515.572 Authorization to provide travel services, carrier services, and remittance
(a) * * *
(2) Authorization to provide carrier services. (i) Persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction are
authorized to provide carrier services to, from, or within Cuba in connection with travel or
transportation, directly or indirectly, between the United States and Cuba of persons, baggage, or
cargo authorized pursuant to this part.
(ii) The entry into blocked space, code-sharing, or leasing arrangements to facilitate the
provision of carrier services by air authorized pursuant to section 515.572(a)(2) is authorized,
including the entry into such arrangements with a national of Cuba.
§ 515.575 Humanitarian projects.
(b) Authorized humanitarian projects. The following projects are authorized by
paragraph (a) of this section: medical and health-related projects; construction projects intended
to benefit legitimately independent civil society groups; disaster preparedness, relief, and
response; historical preservation; environmental projects; projects involving formal or non-
formal educational training, within Cuba or off-island, on the following topics: entrepreneurship
and business, civil education, journalism, advocacy and organizing, adult literacy, or vocational
skills; community-based grassroots projects; projects suitable to the development of small-scale
private enterprise; projects that are related to agricultural and rural development that promote
independent activity; microfinancing projects, except for loans, extensions of credit, or other
financing prohibited by § 515.208; and projects to meet basic human needs.
§ 515.584 Certain financial transactions involving Cuba.
(f) Depository institutions, as defined in § 515.333, are authorized to provide financing
for exports or reexports of items, other than agricultural items or commodities, authorized
pursuant to § 515.533, including issuing, advising, negotiating, paying, or confirming letters of
credit (including letters of credit issued by a financial institution that is a national of Cuba),
accepting collateral for issuing or confirming letters of credit, and processing documentary
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