On Sunday, President Barack Obama will travel to Cuba for an historic three-day trip. There was great anticipation in Havana ahead of his arrival, with Obama’s trip signaling a new beginning. He will be the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in almost 90 years, after decades of hostility. between the two nations.

Obama and Cuban President Raúl Castro first announced they would restore ties that had been broken since the Cold War back in 2014.


Obama is well-liked in in the country, according to a poll from last year—about 80 percent reported a ‘very positive’ or ‘somewhat positive’ opinion of the U.S. president, reports Jesselyn Cook.

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