Despite of their conflict, US and Cuba re-established its relations hoping to restore ties.
After long tears of conflict, relations between Cuba and the United States formally re-established, July 20, 2015.
With severed diplomatic ties in 1961, Cold War. U.S. diplomatic representation in Cuba handled by United States Embassy in Havana.
Together with its restored diplomatic relation is the opening of the Cuban embassy, Washington, and U.S. embassy, Havana. Countries respective interests were upgraded to embassies.
According to US Secretary of State, John Kerry, “This milestone does not signify an end to the many differences that still separate our governments,” as he announced visit Havana on August 14.
“But it does reflect the reality that the Cold War ended long ago, that the interests of both countries are better served by engagement than by estrangement,” Kerry added.
The two countries, Cuba and United States had a long history of relation discord.
Cuba was removed from US Terrorist Sponsor list on April 2015, when Obama administration said so.
This started the conflict between two counties, strain Cuba-US relations.
US President Barack Obama announced, formal diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States would resume, July 1, 2015.
Cubans approved renewal of diplomatic relations, hoping to regain its trust from US
United States aimed have illegal corporations doing business with Cuba, maintaining commercial, economic, and financial embargo.
Cuba before, a U.S. dependent, as U.S gained position in political as well as in economic control, under the Treaty of Paris.
Despite the restoration of ties, relations between Cuba and the United States remain tenuous.
By the time, leader Fidel Castro steeped down of Cuban State and Barack Obama became president of the United States, they have improved.
Restored diplomatic relations between two countries expected to remain for betterment of two parties. IMAGE/news.yahoo.com