President Obama has announced that he will making an historical visit to Cuba next month which will make him the first president to do so in 88 years.
“I’ll travel to Cuba to advance our progress and efforts that can improve the lives of the Cuban people,” Obama said in a tweet.
“We still have differences with the Cuban government that I will raise directly. America will always stand for human rights around the world.”
Obama will be in Cuba for two days, in a trip that is aimed at strengthening relationship between the two countries. Following the lifting of economic sanctions and travel ban on Cuba, President Obama also revealed that the U.S. embassy in Havana will also be opened again after 54 years.
See his tweets below: