Havana_ The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, set off from Havana’s José Martí International Airport aboard the Air Force One plane this Tuesday afternoon, bringing his official visit to Cuba, which began on Sunday March 20, to an end, Granma newspaper reports.

Havana, Cuba_ The visit of President Barack Obama to Cuba lives behind the last traces of the Cold War in the Americas and offered a friendly hand to the Cuban people, Prensa Latina reported.

Havana, Cuba_ U.S. President, Barack Obama, concludes today his visit here with a public speech and his attendance to the baseball match between the Cuban national team and the MLB American League representative, Tampa Bay Rays, Prensa Latina reports.

Cubans are distinguished by their hospitality and solidarity. This is a people prepared, with a revolutionary culture, which has opened to the world showing respect and equal rights from a strong position and supported by principles, which prevails in this nation since the independence wars.

Havana, Cuba_ US President Barack Obama considered today that the path to end the blockade against Cuba will continue after his term ends, Prensa Latina reports.

Havana, Cuba_ President Raul Castro stated today that Cuba and the United States should practice the art of civilized coexistence, during a session of statements to the press with his US counterpart Barack Obama, the digital site of Prensa Latia reports.

Havana_ President Raul Castro officially receives today his U.S. peer, Barack Obama, with whom he will hold talks in the context of the first visit of an American president to the island in almost 90 years, Prensa Latina reports.

Obama Visits Historic Center of Havana

Havana, Cuba_ President Barack Obama began today his announced tour through the historic center of this city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982, Prensa Latina reported.

Havana, Cuba_ President Barack Obama arrived in Cuba, where he will remain until 22 next, in the first visit of a US president in nearly 90 years, after Calvin Coolidge did in January, 1928, Prensa Latina publishes.