President Obama is the first U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1928, and the first one to set a friendly tone with the leaders of the island since the 1962 embargo. This has earned him rock star status in Cuba. Read More
Tuesday March 22 Cubans were able to witness one of the most significant events of the official visit of President Barack Obama to Cuba, who spoke to more than a thousand attendees at Havana’s Alicia Alonso Grand Theater. Read More
President Obama and his family landed yesterday afternoon in Havana on an official visit of three days. Yesterday's agenda included a walk through Old Havana, where he met embelmáticos places, ate Cuban food and was greeted with cheers by the people.
US First Lady Michelle Obama had a meeting this Monday morning with 10 young Cuban students where she learnt about educational experiences in Cuba, as part of the official visit to Cuba of President Barack Obama. Read More
The expected meeting on Cuban soil, between the Cuban President Raul Castro and US President Barack Obama has taken place in the Palace of the Revolution in Havana a few minutes ago. The event was televised live and watched by millions of viewers who do not want to miss any detail of Obama's agenda in Cuba. Read More
Today afternoon, US President Barack Obama will attend a business forum between US business leaders and representatives of Cuban state companies and the emerging private sector of the island, cooperatives and so-called "self-employed." Read More
President Barack Obama, his wife Michelle, and their two daughters toured historical sites in Old Havana, as part of the program of his official visit to Cuba, the first of an US sitting president in almost 90 years. Read More
US President Barack Obama walking the streets of the heritage town of Old Havana, a few hours after his historic landing in Cuba as the first US president visiting the island in almost 90 years. Read More