President Barack Obama will visit Cuba next month, multiple U.S. and diplomatic sources told CNN on Wednesday.
The trip, long expected, comes after the Obama administration formally reopened ties with Havana in late 2014, ending a half-decade of enmity.
Since then, travel restrictions have been loosened and economic channels reopened. Obama shook Cuban leader Raul Castro’s hand during an historic face-to-face meeting last spring.
The formal announcement could come as soon as Thursday.