The declaration was made after the greatest enemy of government fights on the Communist-run island in many years.
Thousands rampaged on Sunday to dissent over food and medication deficiencies, cost increments and the public authority’s treatment of Covid-19.
There will be no restriction on such merchandise got by explorers from Monday.
In any case, the action is just brief and has been ridiculed as “short of what was needed” by pundits of the public authority.
A ‘essential’ choice
Leader Manuel Marrero Cruz reported the change on Wednesday at a gathering broadcast on state TV.
His tone was considerably more appeasing than that of President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who, as the fights spread, had approached government allies to rampage to “shield the transformation”.
Conversely, Mr Marrero Cruz said the lifting of the import obligations “was an interest made by numerous explorers and it was important to take this choice”.
He added that the public authority would “evaluate things” after 31 December.