Times are changing
When on December 17 the presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro announced the return of the Cuban Five, who remained imprisoned in the US for nearly 15 years, the news ceased astounding many, especially those who had lost their hope of reunion of the fighters with their beloved homeland and family.
On May 21-22 the fourth round of talks between the two countries was held, this time in Washington, again in an atmosphere of respect and understanding. And after more than 50 years a group of Cuban journalists entered the White House, hopefully this will continue to open doors and all changes announced by Obama will become true.
Then, on May 29, the State Department officially removed Cuba from its list of countries sponsoring terrorism. The island has also found a bank willing to keep the accounts of the Interests Section of Cuba in Washington, the possible embassy in the near future.