- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Immigration and Cuba will likely be on the agenda next month when President Obama travels to Panama for the Summit of the Americas.

The White House said Wednesday that Mr. Obama will travel to the Caribbean region from April 8 to 11, with a stop in Jamaica to meet with regional leaders on an energy initiative.

In Panama City, Mr. Obama will meet with 34 other world leaders during the summit, including members of the Central American Integration System.

Mr. Obama has said he hopes to have the U.S. Embassy in Cuba reopened before the summit. Washington and Havana announced on Dec. 17 that they planned to restore diplomatic relations.

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