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Monday, 21 March 2016

President Barack Obama is in Cuba for a notable three-day visit to the island and converses with its comrade pioneer.

He is the primary sitting US president to visit following the 1959 unrest, which proclaimed many years of threatening vibe between the two nations.

Talking at the re-opened US consulate in Havana, he called the visit "noteworthy".

Mr Obama will meet President Raul Castro, yet not resigned progressive pioneer Fidel Castro, and the pair will talk about exchange and political change.

President Obama's visit is the high purpose of a late facilitating of ties between the US and Cuba, which incorporated the re-foundation of discretionary missions last year.Mr Obama, who is the principal sitting US president to visit Cuba in 88 years, told staff: "It is superb to be here."

"In 1928, President [Calvin] Coolidge went ahead a warship. It took him three days to arrive - it just took me three hours. Interestingly, Air Force One has arrived in Cuba and this is our first stop."

Later on Sunday, he visited Havana's old town with his family, crouching under umbrellas to protect from a typhoon before going by the national basilica.


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