Embassies will reopen next week, according to US media
The governments of Cuba and the United States will formally announce the reopening of embassies next week, according to what ABC News reported, citing two sources close to the negotiations.
On Friday May 29, Cuba will leave the list of countries sponsoring terrorism, a fact that will be key for the reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana.
The US president described as "historic" the measures announced by the government aimed to "fraternize and empower the Cuban people." "Today the United States is taking historic steps to chart a new course in our relations with Cuba and to fraternize and empower the Cuban people," Obama said on December 17.
After the historic agreement, delegations from both countries met to start moving forward in their relations and, although concrete agreements were still not reached, it is expected the report next week of the embassies reopening.